The Bangalore distributors of Tamil movie Arrambam has decided to halt the screening of the movie on November 1, due to the celebration of Kannada Rajyotsava. Movie starring Ajith Kumar in the lead role is all set to hit the screens across the globe on October 31, Thursday.
Leading news portal reported that the Tamil films usually face
release issue in Karnataka, mainly in the first week of November.
So, the distributors have decided to play safe by not screening the
movie on November 1, as it is likely to be opposed by the
It is also said that the distributors have decided not to
release Arrambam in Mysore and Mandya, where the
anti-Tamil sentiments are high on Rajyotsava. In a statement given
to portal, a distributor said, "This year too, Karnataka and Tamil
Nadu have fought over the share of Cauvery river water sharing. We
do not want pro-Kannada organisations to make a case out of
Arrambam. Therefore, we are not taking any
However, Bangalore Box Office is all set to have huge blast for
this Diwali with the much anticipated movies like Raja Huli,
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Arrambam is an action thriller directed by
Vishnuvardhan. It is the much anticipated movie, and Ajith's fans
are eagerly waiting to see the actor after one year.
Arrambam Lead Cast
Apart from Ajith Kumar, Arrambam has Nayantara, Arya,
Taapsee Pannu, Mahesh Manjrekar, Rana Daggubati and others in the
Kananda Actors In Arrambam
Kishore and Atul Kulkarni, will be seen in pivotal roles in
Arrambam. Evergreen beauty Suman Ranganathan will also be
seen in an item number in the movie.
Nayantara, who shared screen space with Upendra in
Super, is playing the female lead in Arrambam.
She is paired opposite Ajith Kumar.
Combination Of Ajith, Nayantara And Vishnuvardhan
The combination of Ajith Kumar, Nayantara and director
Vishnuvardhan had given Billa in 2007, which had done a
good business in Bangalore Box Office.
Raja Huli Releasing On November 1
Kannada movie Raja Huli starring Yash is all
set to hit the screen on November 1. The movie is the remake of
Tamil hit Sundarapandian.
Arrambam directed by Vishnuvardhan has bagged clean 'U'
certificate. It is produced by Rajaram.
The hype around Arrambam is such that even advance
booking for the movie, which was started five days before, could
not meet the demand for the tickets.