The high drama over release of Kamal Haasan's Vishwaroopam in Tamil Nadu continues with the Madras High Court banning the movie again on Wednesday. The court has set aside a single judge's order for the release of the film.
The sudden turn of events, even after Haasan had agreed to delete certain scenes considered offensive by Muslim groups, made the actor upset and emotional. It seems that the release of the film has been politicized.
The relief given by Justice K Venkataraman on late Tuesday night was reverted by division bench comprising acting Chief Justice Elipe Dharma Rao and Aruna Jagadeesan. Conquent stalling of the release on Wednesday led to an emotional out-burst by upset Haasan, who threatened to quit the 'non-secular' state.
With the re-imposing of the ban on the film, Haasan expressed his desire to move out to a 'secular' land - in or out of the country. Haasan also said that Vishwaroopam is just a film and not worth a public agitation and a threat to law and order. The film has been released in rest of the states except Tamil Nadu and doing well without any untoward incident.
However, with an afterthought, Haasan has decided to move an appeal in the Supreme Court against the high court order of banning the film once again.