Vijay's Sarkar has finally given up under the huge 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. AR Murugadoss moved the Madras High Court on Friday which has given him protection from arrest till November 27. "So the issue has come to an end".
A name said to be referring to Jayalalithaa was used for a negative character and therefore the opposition to it was "wholehearted" from the party workers, he added.Revenue Minister Udhayakumar thanked the "Sarkar" crew for removing the scenes.
Counsel for the petitioner contended that the protests by the AIADMK workers against the film which had been certified by the Censor Board, was unlawful.
"We have nothing to do with the film or Vijay", Raju said describing the star as a "dear friend".
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"In future, filmmakers should avoid including scenes that would hurt the sentiments, especially relating to Amma's (Jayalalithaa's) sacrifices and hardwork", he said.
With the said scene announced to be removed, a new and re-edited version of Sarkar will begin playing in theatres from today (09.11.2018). It attracted severe criticism from AIADMK with the law minister C Ve Shanmugam threatening legal action against the movie if the controversial scenes are not deleted.
The AIAMDK government under late J. Jayalalithaa offered free mixer, grinder, laptops and others to the poor. The scene which shows the director of the movie AR Murugadoss throwing a mixie and grinder into the fire has been cut out of the film. The scene is a swipe at the freebie culture that exists in Tamil Nadu.
Sarkar is produced by Sun Pictures with music composed by ARRahman.