Mersal GST dialogues are briefly explained by Timesnow

Deepak, 27/10/2017
Mersal GST dialogues are briefly explained by Timesnow

As the Vijay-starrer Mersal rakes in big bucks at the box office, a controversy has been simmering underneath. Political parties are up in arms against the movie and it makers. But what is this controversy surrounding Mersal and the Tamil actor Vijay. And why is Prime Minister Narendra Modi being dragged into the row?

As the film makers contemplate deleting scenes, the film and artists fraternity have called the entire episode an attack on freedom of expression.

Also Read: Freedom of expression is for all: Madras High Court on Mersal controversy

Also Read: What is the Mersal controversy: A 10-point guide

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