No more AIADMK protests over Sarkar as controversial scenes removed: Minister

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Sarkar movie controversy: Madras High Court restrains..rom arresting director AR Murugadoss till 27 November

The case came up for hearing this afternoon and the judges have ordered the police to file their cases and not to arrest A. R. Murugadoss till November 27th when the hearing has been adjourned to.

The ruling party was against the scene where AR Murugadoss throws the free mixer grinder provided by Tamil Nadu Government into fire and Komalavali, the character name of Varalakshmi which indirectly mentions the late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.

Earlier, AIADMK workers had staged protests across Tamil Nadu outside theatres screening the film, and had even damaged the banners of the movie. They also said that the objectionable content was already censored by the makers.

Also, the audio part mentioning the name Komalavalli, deemed to be a reference to Jayalalithaa, will be 'muted, ' they said. "So the issue has come to an end".

Vijay's Sarkar has finally given up under the vast pressure from the ruling AIADMK and its makers have agreed to edit parts of the movie seen critical of the ruling party, and former chief minister J Jayalalithaa who died in 2016.

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"We believe they (Sarkar team) have realised that they have hurt people's sentiments and have come forward to remove the scenes.it is welcome". A government that can't face criticism can go off the tangent.

The second scene that will be edited from the movie is the director AR Murugadoss' cameo.

The AIADMK ministers demanded deletion of the contentious scenes, besides threatening to initiate legal action if the film crew failed to comply.

'Sarkar, ' produced by Sun Pictures, stars Vijay and Keerthi Suresh in key roles, and was released on November 6.

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