Time not right to release Rajinikanth's Kaala, says Kumaraswamy

Time not right to release Rajinikanth's Kaala, says Kumaraswamy

The Karnataka Chief Minister has already announced that he will not go against the wishes of the people to releasee "Kaala" and it is still unknown whether his government will provide the protection.

The court asked for a list of screens where the film is being released so that security can be arranged.

The State's Additional Advocate General, A.G. Shivanna, made it clear to the court that the government had not taken any decision on banning the film and assured the court that the government would provide security to places where the film would be exhibited. "However, the concerned distributors should provide complete details about theatres and multiplexes where the film would be released", said City Police Commissioner T Suneel Kumar. "The creative content is an insegregable aspect of Article 19 (1)(a) of the Constitution", the judge said, citing the Supreme Court verdict on the release of the film "Padmaavat".

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In his message, Rajinikanth said, "I understand H D Kumaraswamy's situation". His response comes after the Ulayanayagan refused to take up the issue with Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy during his meeting on Monday, June 4. Even if they release the movie, it will not be useful to them financially.

The film ran into trouble in Karnataka due to the lead actor Rajinikanth's statements about the Cauvery water crisis. The court heard the case after pro-Kannada groups demanded that the movie not be released in the state over remarks by Rajinikanth about the contentious Cauvery river water sharing issue between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. "The distributors and exhibitors all have to be brought together by the KFCC to ensure a film's release", he said.

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