It’s known that three days back released much-awaited film Ilayadalapathi Vijay’s ‘Sarkar’ landed in huge controversy. Tamil Nadu ruling party AIADMK ministers and cadre making objections on some scenes in the film and protesting to remove those objectionable scenes immediately.
A day after release in Madurai, AIADMK MLA and former Mayor VV Rajan Chellappa launched a protest in front of a multiplex, demanding that the film not to be screened until controversial scenes are removed from it.
Yesterday night’s drama came after a day of protests over the film by AIADMK members. In the process, yesterday mid-night some policemen reached director AR Muragodoss house and enquired about his whereabouts. The director himself announced this news through his Twitter page. Here are his tweets saying, ‘Police had come to my house late tonight and banged the door several times. Since I was not there they left the premises. Right now I was told there is no police outside my house.’
Now, In intensifying tensions director AR Murugadoss has sought anticipatory bail from the Madras High Court. The plea, yet to be numbered by the court is set to come up on today, afternoon.
On the other hand, G Devarajan, a social activist, filed a complaint with the Commissioner of Police in Chennai requesting a case of sedition to be filed against the director.
In meanwhile rumours spreading that director and film team are ready to remove those objectionable scenes. But it seems like Sarkar makers are not in a position to remove any scenes from the film and they are planning to legal help. Sources say that makers are planning to step into court for sorting out this issue. The clarified announcement will come out after the director gets bail.