Vishwaroopam to hit TN theatres soon
Jan 31 2013 , Chennai
While chief minister J Jayalalithaa on Thursday indicated that the state government would not stand in the way, if the actor and the Muslim outfits thrash out the issues over the film, the Muslim organisations and Raajkamal Films International announced their willingness to discuss and weed out differences.
The developments on Thursday came as a breeze, compared to the heat generated over the same issue on Wednesday.
While Jayalalithaa explained the state government’s stand over the issue — stressing that the government was more concerned over maintaining law and order than taking on an individual, scores of film personalities too played a silent role in dousing the fire that the whole issue had lit.
The actor, who was in Mumbai for promoting the Hindi version of the film, said he would not be approaching the apex court at this moment, since there is sufficient environment created for a amicable solution to the whole issue.