In an attempt to end the ongoing dispute over the release of 'Vishwaroopam', actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan's brother Chandra Haasan on Friday met Tamil Nadu Home Secretary R Rajagopal and leaders of protesting Muslim groups here.
Chandra has co-produced ´Vishwaroopam´.
The protesting groups have reportedly asked Chandra to cut nine minutes from the movie.
The agitating Muslim groups had claimed that the film´s depiction of their community is offensive.
"The Tamil Nadu Home Secretary on Friday met Chandra Haasan, brother of actor and director Kamal Haasan, and representatives of the protesting Muslim groups to hammer out a solution to the ongoing furore over Haasan´s new film ´Vishwaroopam´. The meeting was held at the secretariat," CNN-IBN reported.
Earlier reports said, Kamal Haasan was expected to commence his first round of talks with several Muslim groups on Friday.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Thursday asserted that the government will facilitate the discussion.