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Thalaivaa

Actor Vijay and the crew of his film “Thalaivaa” were refused permission by the Chennai City Police for a one-day fast planned in distress of the movie release. The theatres received threat letters from a little known group that claimed to be a student’s organisation hence the movie release was stalled in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry whereas the movie released in other areas. Police refused permission on the grounds that the film crew should seek permission five days prior to the fasting according to rules. The producer was worried that the movie has released worldwide and the pirated version of the movie has hit the market, dealing another blow to the film.

 

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