Controversial scenes in `Sarkar` should be removed, says Minister!

Angelo Anderson
November 7, 2018

Vijay's Sarkar, which released on November 7 has made the ruling dispensations see red.

Reportedly, Sarkar has received a phenomenal opening in Tamil Nadu.

Many actors from across the film industry have appreciated the film and now Telugu actor Mahesh Babu has some good word to say about the AR Murugadoss directorial venture.


His tweet reads, "Sarkar is an engaging political drama!" The film, directed by AR Murugadoss, is a social thriller based on contemporary politics.

It is well noted that two of the biggest blockbusters of Vijay (Ghilli and Pokkiri) were remakes of Mahesh Babu's "Okkadu" and "Pokiri". The film was released after an out of the court settlement. The film touched upon various issues persistent in the state.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter and wrote, "The hugely awaited #Tamil biggie #Sarkar, which opened today, has got fantastic showcasing outside Tamil Nadu as well..." Interacting with the media, ADMK Minister Kadambur Raju has warned team Sarkar and urged them to immediately remove the scene in which people set fire on the free appliances provided by the Government. "I will consult with the chief minister (Edappadi K Palaniswami) to decide on the next course of action", Raju said. "There are a few scenes in the film which give room for political misgivings". The movie has Keerthy Suresh as the female lead and Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar playing the antagonist.

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