AIADMK workers attack theatres screening Vijay-starrer Sarkar

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AIADMK workers attack theatres screening Vijay-starrer Sarkar

On Wednesday, a day after "Sarkar" was released, Tamil Nadu ministers Anbalagan, C V Shanmugam, D Jayakumar and Kadambur Raju reacted saying that the government would initiate action against the main actor, director, producer and other crew members of the movie. It attempts to pull down a democratically elected government.

"This is not good for an upcoming actor like Vijay", he said. "This amounts to indirectly inciting people, and comes under sedition", said Mr Shanmugam, comparing the screening of Sarkar to "terrorist activity". A minister has not only demanded the removal of controversial scenes from the film but went on to say that Vijay is acting like a Maoist. Theatre owners also put pressure on Sun Pictures to delete the contentious portions after their establishments were targeted by AIADMK supporters. The party also has taken offence to comments made regarding freebies that are distributed during election suggesting that a scene in the film, which burns the said freebies, can cause violence in the state.

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Following its release, AIADMK's Raju has accused the film of taking digs at the ruling party and according to an India Today TV report, the minister has referred to Vijay as an "extremist" who was 'acting with vested interest'. But the controversies and the trends it creating generating curiosity among common audience. "If we were intolerant, we would not have allowed the film to be screened".

Meanwhile, the protest against the film has grown with AIADMKtearing banners of actor Vijay placed at theaters in Chennai, Madurai and Kovai.

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