Vada Chennai: Dhanush-Vetrimaaran film asked to mute references to Jayalalithaa, Karunanidhi by CBFC

Actor-filmmaker Dhanush’s new Tamil gangster drama Vada Chennai launched throughout theatres in India on Wednesday.

Directed by Nationwide Award-winning filmmaker Vetrimaaran and produced by Dhanush, the movie chronicles 30 years within the lifetime of a gangster from North Chennai.

Dhanush and Aishwarya Rajesh in Vada Chennai. Picture through Twitter

However it’s simply yet one more movie to have run into hassle with the Central Board of Movie Certificates (CBFC), which has demanded just a few cuts it deemed to be objectionable and defamatory. A few of these included references to former Tamil Nadu Chief Ministers Jayalalithaa and Karunanidhi, experiences The News Minute.

Listed here are the really useful cuts:

Reel 1 : Muted the phrase ‘Jayalalitha’ in Shot No.16. (Reel 1) (Defamation)

Reel 2 : Muted the phrase ‘Thi Mu Ka’ in Shot No.83. (Reel 8) (Defamation)

Reel 3 : Eliminated and changed the visible of knocking down Ms Jayalalitha from the funeral jeep of Shri MGR in Shot No.121. (Reel 8) (Defamation)

Vada Chennai marks Dhanush’s third collaboration with Vetrimaaran. The 2 have beforehand labored in Polladhavan and Aadukulam. The movie options Kaaka Muttai actress Aishwarya Rajesh within the lead alongside Dhanush. It additionally stars Andrea Jeremiah, Ameer and Daniel Balaji in essential roles.

The movie’s music has been composed by Santosh Narayan with cinematography by Velraj and enhancing by GB Venkatesh.

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