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BJP excoriates Mersal’s interpretation of GST, needs a few scenes cut !!!

Big Tamil films stay in news, even after the release. Actor Vijay’s Diwali biggie, ‘Mersal‘, which opened to full houses all over the state on Wednesday, has now attracted the ire of the BJP, since the hero in the film mouths a few dialogues against GST and digital payments in the climax.
Can political gatherings control what jokes are made in films and what messages are given out by stars? The BJP assumes in this way, as their Tamil Nadu pioneer Tamilisai Soundarajan, and others in the gathering, have disapproved of a few scenes in Vijay’s Deepavali discharge, Mersal.

On Thursday, Tamilisai Soundarrajan said that the scenes identified with GST and Digital India in Mersal must be expelled. She additionally went ahead to blame on-screen character Vijay for spreading false data since he needs to enter governmental issues.

“I haven’t seen the film, however the individuals who saw the motion picture say there were genuine mistakes in information exchanged. The scenes on GST and Digital India have been composed in such a path in order to make a wrong impact on the psyches of individuals,” she told TNM.

In any case, don’t motion picture producers have the imaginative opportunity to split jokes? “Indeed, they do. You don’t need to laud the plans we have acquired. In any case, to contrast India and another nation and that too in a mistaken way, would send the wrong message to individuals here. This is a political move,” she claimed.

The scenes that Tamilisai is alluding to come at two distinct focuses in the film. In the principal scene, Vijay and Vadivelu’s characters are in a remote nation, when somebody tries to burglarize them. Vadivelu at that point opens his wallet and demonstrates the hoodlum that it’s vacant – because of Digital India!

The second scene is a ‘message’ scene where Vijay’s character looks at India to Singapore. Talking about the assessment rates and medicinal cover in the two nations, Vijay says that while Singapore charges just 7% GST, the general population there get free restorative treatment. He analyzes this to India, where individuals are charged 28% GST yet at the same time don’t get free treatment. Considering the film is about acts of neglect and eagerness in the medicinal area, the message is a piece of the account.

Be that as it may, the BJP whose administration at the Center figured out how to pass the GST a couple of months back, has disliked the two messages.

Mersal Movie Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details

Mersal Movie Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details
Director of MersalAtlee
Release date of Mersal September 22
Hero of Mersal Vijay
Heroine of MersalSamantha Ruth Prabhu
Kajal Aggarwal
Nithya Menon
ProducerN. Ramasamy
Hema Rukmani
R. Mahendran
H. Murali
MusicA. R. Rahman
CinematographyG. K. Vishnu
Running time
Production CompanyThenandal Studio Limited
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