TN Minister Kadambur Raju demands removal of scenes in Vijay starrer Sarkar

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By Prakash S

Tamil Nadu Minister Kamabur Raju has criticized the movie Sarkar and demanded the removal of scenes in which the people throw away and burn the freebies provided by the government. The minster also warned that if the scenes are not removed voluntarily then the government will take the necessary action to remove the scenes. The movie Sarkar which released on Tuesday was directed by A.R.Murugadoss and was produced by Sun Pictures.

In the movie, there are scenes in which the people are throwing appliances which has the name “Tamil Nadu government” into fire. The movie has been hogging the limelight since it brings back the hit combo of Vijay and Murugadoss along with the ever dominant Sun Pictures in a political film. The movie’s first-look poster was retracted by the production house after TN health department sent notices to the actor and director for promoting smoking in the poster.

Incidentally, the movie faced another hurdle before release as the story of the movie was claimed to be written by an assistant director Varun Rajendran. The case was settled in court and the movie has the name of Varun with acknowledgement that he conceived the story before the director.

This is not the first time a Vijay movie has landed in trouble with a political party, his previous film Mersal was criticized by BJP which fueled the success of the movie. The actor’s movies started facing release trouble since he started to express his political ambitions, on and off screen.