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Tamil Nadu Law Minister, C.V. Shanmugam Thursday compared the scenes of the film with actor Vijay Sarkar with terrorist activities aimed at inciting violence against the state government.
His remarks were made even as AIADMK supporters demonstrated in front of the Madurai, Coimbatore and Chennai theaters, screening the film.
Sending to reporters, Shanmugam – without naming anyone – said that the movie producer, the hero and the owners of the movie "Sarkar" would be subject to prosecution.
Shanmugam was angry because there is a scene in the movie where the hero throws some of the items donated by the state government as gifts and burns them.
According to Shanmugam, the actor is inciting violence against the government "under the guise of the film".
While the DMK government led by Mr. Karunanidhi in Tamil Nadu left free TVs to the poor, the AIADMK headed by J. Jayalalithaa went further and offered free fans, a grinder-mixer and a similar device to the poor.
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Shanmugam said that he suspected the actor of having links with foreign organizations wishing to overthrow a duly elected government in that state.
At the same time, the founder of the PMK, S. Ramadoss, asked if the director, AR Murugadoss and the hero Vijay should not have social responsibility when they talk about political responsibility in the film .
Ramadoss said the film contains scenes in which Vijay was shown smoking.
He said that while Vijay in the film was fighting the false vote, "should not he have the social responsibility not to keep smoking scenes in the movie?"
Ramadoss cited data according to which about 12 lakhs die of smoking in India each year and in Tamil Nadu only, this figure is about a lakh per year.
The head of PMK said that in Tamil Nadu, boys aged 10 to 17 were starting to smoke and that Vijay fans were also falling in this age bracket.
Ramdoss said Vijay should have spread the anti-smoking message.
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