The Bollywood film fraternity has teamed up to support the Kamal Haasan and his tri-lingual film 'Vishawaroopam' that ran into troubles over objections by some Tamil Nadu Muslim groups over its content.
Speaking on ´Vishwaroopam´ and the controversies related to it, actor-social activist Anupam Kher said, "It is a film passed by the constitutional authority and it should be left there only. Nobody should interfere in it...no other agencies, no foundations, no organisations."
"I think the it is a very frightening stance that we are letting to happen. It is absolutely ridiculous. We are also giving too much importance to those few people," he added.
Filmmaker Karan Johar noted, "As a film maker and as a citizen of India, I felt very violated on various accounts. I think when the censor board has passed the film...the film should be out there and released and it (controversies regarding a film) happened to me during my release as well."
"I felt for the filmmaker...and what he is going through. I believe something at the fraternity should be done. This cannot happen time and again," Johar added.