The AIADMK is critical of the scene as former CM J Jayalalithaa back in 2011 gave away mixies, table fans and grinders, and interestingly they had the pictures of the CM on them.
Defending the protests, Raju said AIADMK workers "ranging from an ordinary cadre to the Chief Minister (K Palaniswami)", consider Jayalalithaa as their "God".
Chennai: After certain controversial scenes relating to the AIADMK in actor Vijay's "Sarkar" was removed, the ruling party on Friday said that the "issue has come to an end" and that it would not stage any more protests against the film.
However, recently in an interview, TTV Dhinakaran revealed that Komalavalli is not the birth name of Jayalalithaa.
Party workers have staged protests across the State, forcing distributors on Thursday to agree to cut the contentious scenes from screenings of the film beginning Friday night. The police later clarified that the cops had not gone to Murugadoss' residence to arrest him as no FIR has been registered against the director.
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The Madras High Court restrained the police from arresting AR Murugadoss till 27 November after the director filed a plea seeking anticipatory bail, according to Hindustan Times. A scene where a mixer grinder was being burnt has been deleted. A government that can't face criticism can go off the tangent.
Thalapathy Vijay's Sarkar seems to run into controversies.
He had approached the court after state ministers voiced their opposition to the movie with Law Minister Shanmugam threatening legal action.
The second scene that will be edited from the movie is the director AR Murugadoss' cameo.