Rajinikanth condemns unlawful acts against Tamil film 'Sarkar'

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Amid all the protests and controversies, Vijay's Sarkar is still managing to run to packed houses in theatres.

Sarkar starring Vijay released on the occasion of Diwali and ended up being a hit, The collections of the movie are now unstoppable at the box office.

His tweet reads, "The censor board, after censoring the film and certifying it, to protest for the removal of certain scenes from the movie, to stop from the film from being screened and destroying the film banner, is against the law".

The makers of "Sarkar" had agreed to remove "objectionable" scenes and "mute" an apparent reference to the late J Jayalalithaa, an industry body said Thursday, as the movie faced a backlash from the ruling AIADMK over depiction of its welfare schemes and its leader.

"The Censor board is controlled by Central Government, we have no say in it, but if the producers remove those scenes then well and good, if they don't then we will decide our next course of action", he added.

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Tamil Nadu Information and Broadcasting Minister Kadambur Raju was the first official from the state government to express his displeasure with a few scenes from Sarkar and sought their removal from the film.

Rajinikanth "strongly condemned" the demands for deletion of scenes.

Rajinikanth lashed out against these acts. "I strong condemn this act". A government that does not have the guts to face a criticism can go off the tangent.

Even then, the film has registered a record-breaking opening, and according to Tollywood reports, the film has collected Rs 75 crore at the worldwide box office on its very first day of release.

Vijay's Sarkar is heavily political in nature and the film has taken several digs at the ruling party.

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