Sarkar Bow Down to AIADMK Pressure, Agree to Cuts

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The controversy started after Sarkar starring Vijay hit cinemas on Tuesday, evoking angry reactions from the Tamil Nadu's EPS government.

In the meanwhile, actor Varalaxmi Sarathkumar - who plays the role of Komalavalli in the film - also took to Twitter to share her opinion.

The ruling AIADMK was up in arms against Tamil film star Vijay's Diwali release "Sarkar" for its reported reference to former chief minister J Jayalalithaa, besides the alleged depiction of certain government schemes in a bad light.

Justice GK Ilanthiraiyan passed the interim order on the anticipatory bail petition filed by Mr Murugadoss, who apprehended arrest over complaints filed in connection with the "objectionable" scenes. This protest, which led to multiple shows of the film being cancelled in Madurai, Kovai andChennai, does not seem to have affected the box office collection of the film on Day 3.

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"While we don't know how many scenes have been deleted, we can say for sure that the objectionable scene on mixer and grinder being burnt has been removed", they said.

However, recently in an interview, TTV Dhinakaran revealed that Komalavalli is not the birth name of Jayalalithaa.

Raju said "AIADMK workers, ranging from supporters to Chief Minister (K Palaniswami)", treat Jayalalithaa as "God". "So the issue has come to an end", Raju said. Head of the Tamil Nadu Theatres Association Abirami Ramanathan confirmed to TNM about the cuts carried out in the movie. He condemned unlawful acts such as damaging the film's banners and demanding the removal of certain scenes from the film.

However, the makers of the film Sun Picture are yet to officially announce if they are muting scenes.