Rajinikanth Opens Up On Sarkar Row

Rajinikanth has underlined his support to the controversial film Sarkar saying that he condemns violence in any form. “I condemn violence in any form. One should speak with those with whom they have issues, discuss and then react. And people should not resort to violence to put out their unhappiness,” he said.

Rajinikanth Responds On Sarkar Row

Ask her about the controversial scene in the film where a mixi implicit of freebie given by then late Jayalalitha, Thalaivar said, “Freebies are absolutely necessary from the government, but not for votes. There should be a study on who should get freebies, what and how much they should get.”

Previously, filmmaker AR Murugadoss in a tweet opened up about all the ruckus that has been happening around his arrest. “Police had come to my house late tonight and banged the door several times. Since I was not there they left the premises. Right now I was told there is no police outside my house,” he posted.

While the filmmaker hasn’t been arrested, another news started doing the rounds that Murugadoss is being provided with security by the police. However, the filmmaker cleared the air that the police didn’t come to provide him security.