"It is against the law to hold protests seeking removal of some scenes from a Censor board certified film and trying to stall the screening and damaging the banners", he tweeted.
The case came up for hearing this afternoon and the judges have ordered the police to file their cases and not to arrest A. R. Murugadoss till November 27th when the hearing has been adjourned to.
Produced by Sun Pictures, the film stars Vijay and Keerthi Suresh in key roles with Oscar victor A R Rahman scoring the music.
Earlier, AR Murugadoss had also tweeted that police came in barging at his residence when he was not at home.
The other reason for the ruling party opposing the movie is the name of a character "Komalavalli" which they say is the birth name of their late leader Jayalalithaa.
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Now the top director moved to Madras High Court requesting for anticipatory bail following the Sarkar controversy row. In that scene, he's seen throwing a mixer-grinder into a fire with the picture of the chief minister.
Tamil Nadu Minister for Information and Publicity Kadambur Raju said the issue has been settled as the film unit "has agreed to our demand of removing the objectionable scene".
"We have nothing to do with the film or Vijay", Raju said describing the star as a "dear friend". State ministers had called for the deletion of these scenes and threatened to take the legal route against the film, even as protests erupted in different parts of the state.
He particularly pointed out at the government backing Vijay when his film "Mersal" ran into trouble with the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) ahead of its release previous year.