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Tamil Nadu BJP wants GST dialogues removed from Vijay's 'Mersal'

Tamilsai Soundarajan, the Tamil Nadu President of the BJP has not happy with some dialogues of Vijay's recent release, 'Mersal'.

Published: 19th October 2017 05:23 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th October 2017 05:28 PM   |  A+A-

'Mersal' marks the second collaboration between actor Vijay and director Atlee. The duo earlier worked together in 'Theri'.

By Online Desk

Vijay's much anticipated film 'Mersal' was released on Wednesday. The actor appears in three roles in the Atlee directed movie.

But Tamilsai Soundarajan, the Tamil Nadu President of the BJP is not happy with the film.

Reportedly, 'Mersal', though does not make a direct dig at politics, do mention the recently implemented Goods and Services Tax (GST) as well as 'Digital India' initiative.

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According to a Behindwoods report, Tamilsai has warned that if the 'Mersal' team did not remove the dialogues, she would be filing a legal complaint against the movie.

'Mersal' marks the second collaboration between actor Vijay and director Atlee. The duo earlier worked together in 'Theri'. The film has released in a record 3,500 plus screens across the globe and is receiving largely positive reviews.

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