Slamming the ruling party AIADMK’s cadre, Tamil actor Rajinikanth, today, tweeted in support of actor Vijay’s latest Tamil film “Sarkar”. He condemned their unlawful acts such as damaging the film’s banners and demanding the removal of certain scenes from the film.
AR Murugadoss directed “Sarkar”, a political thriller, hit the screens on Tuesday. Ever since its release, many AIADMK ministers and party cadres expressed their displeasure over certain scenes in the film.
Several party cadres protested outside various theatres in Tamil Nadu and indulged in damaging the banners of the film and cut-outs of Vijay. They also demanded certain scenes to be removed from the film.
In the film, Vijay plays an NRI who returns to India to vote, only to realise his vote has been cast illegally. He then digs deep into the matter, stirring up a political turmoil.
Rajinikanth lashed out against these acts. He took to Twitter and wrote in Tamil: “To protest for the removal of certain scenes from the movie and stop it from being screened after the Censor Board has certified it is against the law. I strong condemn this act.”