On the occasion of Dr Vishuvardhan's 64th birthday tomorrow, September 18, Bangalore Police have decided to tighten the security for the actor's residence in Jayanagar and Memorial in Kengeri.
Bangalore West Police Commissioner, Raghavendra H Auradhkar, who had a joint meeting with the senior Police officials, on Monday, September 16, said, "Vishnuvardhan's fans are strongly opposing to the shifting of memorial to Mysore. As precautionary measures, we have decided to tighten the security for actor's residence in Jayanagar and his memorial in Abhiman studio, Kengeri."
Recently, Vishnuvardhan's wife, actress Bharathi Vishuvardhan had expressed her unhappiness for memorial work taking place in a slow pace, and stated that she has decided to shift the memorial to Mysore City. On the other hand, the actress' decision was strongly opposed by Vishnu's fans in Bangalore City.
It is said that there is a family dispute with the ownership of Abhiman Studio's land, between the ace actor Balakrishna's children. Due to the mere response from the government to sort out the issue, Bharathi Vishnuvardhan decided to shift the memorial to Mysore and construct it in their own land.
Bangalore Director General Of Police, Rajappa, who was present in the meeting said that there is all possibilities of a strong protest from Vishnu's fans for Bharathi's decision. So, we have tightened the security to avoid the undesirable events taking place in the city tomorrow.