Theatres in Tamil Nadu attacked!

Last Updated: Wed, Jan 30, 2013 10:27 hrs

Madras High Court sets aside single judge's order lifting the ban on Kamal Haasan's movie Vishwaroopam.  The final verdict will be made on February 6, till then there will be no release in Tamil Nadu.

At the same time Kamal Haasan had a meeting with  a few Muslim leaders at his house and  agreed  to cut few scenes and Quran verses from the film

Meanwhile petrol bombs were hurled this afternoon at two cinemas in Ramanathapuram in south Tamil Nadu which were scheduled to screen Vishwaroopam

Nobody was hurt, though glass windows were shattered at the theatres.

In Chennai city AGS multiplex in Vilivakkam where hoardings of Vishwaroopam were kept, the theatre was attacked though it had no intention of playing the film.

An effigy of Kamal Haasan was burned by some organisations in front of SSR Pankajam in Saligramam, where Vishwaroopam was about to start.

At the same time the Puducherry government has lifted ban on Vishwaroopam, and has started screening the film from matinee shows.

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