CHENNAI: Indian National League, a Muslim-based political party came in support of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) by filing a police complaint against Kamal Haasan and his film ‘Uttama Villain’.
The unpredictable move came yesterday, where they claimed that the film "attempts to insult religious sentiments" of Hindus.
VHP initially has sought a ban on the film, claiming it would offend the religious sensibilities of Hindus.
They filed a petition with Chennai city police, VHP city organiser Satyamurthy claimed that the incarnations of Lord Vishnu has been criticised in the movie.
In a song that begins as "Udirathin Kathai," in Tamil folk style "Villupattu", conversations between Vishnu devotee Prahalada and his father Hiranyakashipu has 'disparaging' remarks against Lord Vishnu, he said.
Previously, the INL opposed Kamal’s Vishwaroopam claiming that it hurted the sentiments of Muslims.
(With inputs from agencies)