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Kala Ban: Karnataka High Court refuses to interfere in this case

By Koushik Sarkar on 06 Jun, 2018

Mumbai. The Karnataka High Court has refused to intervene on the petition filed by the producer of the film against the ban of Southern Superstar Rajinikanth's film Kala in Karnataka.

The court has told the producer that it is the highest duty of the government to provide all the names given to them by the list of names given to the Karnataka government. The court also said that the film should be released in all the multiplexes. After a statement of Rajinikanth, His film protest started in Karnataka and the cinema owners there refused to release Kala to himself. Rajinikanth's son-in-law, Dhanush Produce is doing the film. Rajinikanth's daughter Beauty and Dhanush filed a petition in the Karnataka High Court and objected to the ban being banned and opposed it. The biggest demand in this petition has been to provide proper security to the theaters during the film's release.

Meanwhile, Rajinikanth's fans are increasingly watching the film. It is reported that the tickets for two days have been sold and the seven-day film will start from Chennai at 4 o'clock in the morning. It is also being watched by the cinema owners that tickets are not more than Rs. 300.

Meanwhile, Prakash Raj, famous for his famous actor and talkative, has targeted BJP in this case. They have asked the question of what to take from Kavari controversy of black? Why always shoot the movie? Will JDS and Congress (included in the Government of Karnataka) allow people to take law in their own hands as the BJP did during Padmavat or steps will be taken to ensure the right choice of common man?


But the dispute is not there. In the past, the President of the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce, Sara Govindu had said that any distributor of Karnataka is not ready to release the upcoming film 'Kala' (Kala Kalaikaran), in Rajinikanth. Produced in the production of Dhanush, the film is going to be released on June 7. It will be released in three languages. Rajinikanth in the movie is Dawn of Dharavi area of Mumbai. In the film directed by Pa Ranjit, Rajinikanth is a messiah of the people of slums. In the film, Nana Patekar, Pankaj Tripathi, Ishwari Rao, Prakash Raj and Huma Qureshi. Significantly, there is a dispute between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka for a long time sharing the water of the Kaveri river. Many times, the opposition has also taken violent forms because people on both sides are very sensitive on this issue. In the same year, the Supreme Court had asked Kaveri to give a large share of water in his decision. For this reason, there was a lot of resentment in Tamil Nadu and the IPL's Chennai SuperKing matches also had to be canceled. During this protest, many Tamil stars had reached in the protest, including Kamal Hassan and Rajinikanth. Rajani had said that the entire Tamil Nadu together demanded the Kaveri Management Board and they want PM to take any steps as soon as possible. Knowing that speaking in this matter could have an impact on the release of his films in Karnataka, Rajinikanth had said that he was standing in the right side.

Kala Ban: Karnataka High Court refuses to interfere in this case
Regarding non-release of black in Karnataka, Rajinikanth also said that he knows what is the reason behind this ban. Let's say that Rajinikanth may come from Tamil films but there is a big market for his films in many countries of the world, including India. The last film of Rajinikanth, Kabadi, had a business of about Rs 30 crore in Karnataka i.e. not being released by black, it would be harmful to the producer of this film. More recently, a Mumbai-based journalist has threatened to apologize to Rajinikanth while claiming to be his father's story or to make a case of defamation of 101 crores for not doing so.

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