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Despite Struggling with Hurdles Kamal Haasan’s Uttama Villain Grabbed Releasing Date 1st May

Kamal Haasan’s Uttama Villain

A renowned cum stunning star who have been entertaining all of us since long and especially the Tamil lovers, indeed we are talking about the dashing super star of B town, the one n only Kamal Haasan. A star who’s movies have always created a boom in the box office collection but this time despite facing many hurdles his looming movie ‘Uttama Villain’ somehow grabbed a position to touch the sliver screens in the initial phase of May i.e. on 1st of May 2015. Let’s just gear up the sizzling hurdles that the movie was rolling with since few days back.

Soon, after booming all over the Tamil Industry just by releasing its promos and tracks the movie was on the peak of grabbing some stunning appearance on town but none of his makers and followers have ever thought off that this peaking shine will only remain for a while, and soon the Vishwa Hindu Parishad often named as VHP raised a BAN on the film. For just a silly reason that the track Iraniyan Nadagam rolling with some mythological figures Prahlad and Hiranyakashipu and thus would hurt Hindu sentiments. Isn’t sounds something really weird? It does, but on guys this fire still didn’t come to an end, VHP member KL Sathiyamoorthy also added a statement “The lyrics of the song will upset followers of Lord Vishnu. It belittles the conversation between Prahalad and Hiranyakashipu. Hence, we demand a ban on the film” – As per the sources. But soon with some pulling news and controversies the movie somehow managed to grab a position and in the end got a release date on 1st May. A have a glance on the statement which pulled up the movie on the track, “As a director I can assure that nothing in the film will hurt anybody’s sentiment. The film is about the feelings of a superstar; his journey and emotions. The said song sequence has nothing offensive in it against any community,” Mr Aravind told IANS ­– As per the sources.

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