Madras High Court has made a smooth way for Sandalwood's forthcoming movie Nimbehuli's release, by squashing the writ filed by Dravida Munetra Kazhagam (DMK) party workers. The news has been confirmed by none other than director Hemanth Hegde, who is also playing the lead role in the movie.
Hemath Hegde, who took to his micro-blogging site to confirm the news, said that the development is a lesson for the people, who are threat to the right to freedom of expression. Nimbehuli was slated to release for Christmas in 2013.
Hemath, who is happy with the Court's verdict, said, "Wow! Finally th ordeal is over!! The Madras High court has quashed the writ petition and has given a go ahead for Nimbehuli release. Hope it teaches a lesson to all th petty minded stuck up people who want to curtail freedom of expression, feeling ecstatic."
DMK representatives across Tamil Nadu had alleged that Nimbehuli is portraying their leader M Karunanidhi and his daughter Kanimozhi in a very bad light. They feared that the character 'Karuna Ranga', which is played by actor Bullet Prakash, is very much similar to their senior leader Karunanidhi and would affect the party's image in forthcoming elections.