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What was jayalalitha's stand on the movie Vishwaroop ?

Tags: music, entertainment, bollywood & movies
Asked by cnanu shree, 06 Feb '13 07:58 pm
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Of all these incidents, in some ways Tamil nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's explanation of her government's refusal to allow the screening of Kamal Haasan's movie Vishwaroopam is the most interesting.

Jayalalithaa is one of the most plain-speaking of our politicians, and she laid out with considerable clarity the point that many of those in power would want to make, if they had ever considered such issues worth the time and trouble of addressing.

The Tamil Nadu chief minister said the state has to balance law and order and artistic freedom; and given how limited is state power -- they couldn't guarantee the security of 500-plus screens, she claimed -- the best option on the table was to ensure the movie didn't get released. Haasan should have just sat down with 'Muslim leaders' and discussed it, instead of going to the courts to guarantee his freedom of expression.

This is, indeed, the vision of the Indian state that many people have: the facilitator of inter --'community' ' ...more
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 06 Feb '13 07:58 pm

 
  
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Very very diplomatically approached in appreciable manner
Hon court , agitating Muslim brothers , affected Kamal & his fans all are made happy
Answered by sigma, 06 Feb '13 08:03 pm

 
  
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Politically motivated
Answered by anil garg, 26 Feb '13 11:45 pm

 
  
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To establish political superiority .....
Answered by vijay, 07 Feb '13 11:58 am

 
  
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