November 10, 2018 12:18 IST

Sarkar controversy: Faced with threat, Vijay's movie undergoes voluntary cuts, muting of dialogue

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Sarkar controversy: Faced with threat, Vijay's movie undergoes voluntary cuts, muting of dialogue The Central Board of Film Certification said excisions and modifications carried out in the originally certified movie were: (a) deletion of visuals of throwing a mixie and grinder into fire; (b) muting the name 'Komala' from the full name of the character 'Komalavalli' and removing the same from subtitles; and (c) muting the dialogue 'Podhuppaniththuraia' (PWD) and '56 Varusham' (56 years) and the removal of those words from subtitles. Credit: IANS
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Sarkar controversy: Faced with threat, Vijay's movie undergoes voluntary cuts, muting of dialogue Tamil Nadu Minister for Information and Publicity Kadambur Raju said the issue has been settled as the film unit "has agreed to our demand of removing the objectionable scene." Credit: IANS
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Sarkar controversy: Faced with threat, Vijay's movie undergoes voluntary cuts, muting of dialogue The AIADMK's objection was to the scene that showed the actor throwing out mixie and grinder -- given free by the government to the poor -- into the fire. The AIAMDK government under late J. Jayalalithaa offered free mixer, grinder, laptops and others to the poor. Credit: IANS