Rajinikanth hits out at AIADMK for protests against Vijay-starrer ‘Sarkar’

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Popular distributor Tiruppur Subramaniam confirmed saying, "The team has given their consent to remove a few scenes and mute the controversial dialogues which have caused distress to ADMK supporters". A rough translation of his tweet says: "Once the censor board certifies a film, staging protests to demand the removal of certain scenes, obstructing the screenings, and tampering with the banners are all unlawful activities".

Sarkar starring Vijay released on the occasion of Diwali and ended up being a hit, The collections of the movie are now unstoppable at the box office.

Since the release of the film, many AIADMK ministers and party cadres have expressed their displeasure about certain scenes in the "Sarkar".

On Thursday, actor-politician Kamal Haasan had also strongly objected the actions of AIADMK government regarding the issue.

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At 11:53 PM, Murugadoss took to his Twitter page and again confirmed that police arrived at his doorstep and "banged the door several times". He said, "It isn't new for this Government to act and pressurise against a film like Sarkar, that has completed its censor formalities properly". They also demanded certain scenes to be removed from the film. A government that does not have the guts to face a criticism can go off the tangent. "I strongly condemn this act".

In the first two days, the film touched the Rs 100-crore mark and has surpassed the record of Baahubali 2 in Tamil Nadu.

The plot of the film revolves around a successful NRI CEO who returns to India for voting in elections but finds his vote has already been exercised. He then digs deep into the matter, stirring up a political turmoil.

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