Rajinikanth slams ruling AIADMK for protests against Vijay-starrer ‘Sarkar’

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After several ministers objected to the reference to Jayalalithaa and some scenes, including the one showing mixers and grinders being burnt, AIADMK workers Thursday protested in front of several theatres screening the film, released on Deepavali day on November 6.

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.

Despite entering the 100 crore club in a span of two days, Sarkar starring "Thalapathy" Vijay, Keerthy Suresh and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar alongside Radha Ravi, Pala. Now, as the makers of the film Sun Pictures Tweeted, police have been at the director's home to arrest him.

Meanwhile MInister Kadambur Raju has announced that since the controversial scenes have been removed from "Sarkar" and the film has been re-censored the problem is over from the ADMK side. Also a woman character's name, apparently referring to the late AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa, was muted after backlash from the ruling party workers.

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"The protests will not continue", he said.

"We have nothing to do with the film or Vijay", Raju said describing the star as a "dear friend". He condemned unlawful acts such as damaging the film's banners and demanding the removal of certain scenes from the film.

Vijay's Deepavali release, Sarkar, directed by AR Murugadoss, faced a host of issues in the month leading up to its release on Tuesday. State ministers had called for the deletion of these scenes and threatened to take the legal route against the film, even as protests erupted in different parts of the state.

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