On the weird developments, a source claims that Dhayanidhi Alagiri decided to take back the rights of Mangaatha, when he came to know that Gnanavel Raja was planning to sell it to Jaya TV. Initially, he was not worried about the deal but he was blasted by his family members for allowing Studio Green to sell it to the television channel, which is run by Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalitha, who is the arch-rival of DMK family.
Later, Udhayanidhi Stalin intervened and resolved the issue by buying back the rights and selling the same to Sun Pictures. Now, it is planning to release the movie on August 31.
However, Ajith Kumar, Trisha Krishnan, Arjun Sarja starrer Mangaatha has been censored. The movie directed by Venkat Prabhu has passed the test with U/A certificate.
In the last 48 hours, we have witnessed some strange developments on Mangaatha distribution rights and release. Producer Dhayanidhi Alagiri, who sold the theatrical and satellite rights of the Tamil movie to Gnanavel Raja's Studio Green, changed his mind at the eleventh hour and took back the same after signing the deal in a quick succession, which left the audience wondering about the reason.