In a surprising development, Vijay's fans from various parts of Tamil Nadu have demanded a ban on the actor's recently released Thuppakki. A petition to the Home Secretary has been submitted by fans, who were unhappy over the film for showcasing the Muslims in bad light.
A peace between the Muslim groups and the makers of Thuppakki was held recently, and both the parties resolved the issue after director AR Murugadoss agreed to delete the scenes, which hurt the Muslims. However, Vijay's Muslim fans have now come out alleging that those scenes have not been deleted and the assurance was just an eye-wash.
So, the Muslim fans of Vijay from various parts of the state had talks between them and decided to dissolve the fan clubs, as the actor has failed to understand their sentiments. They have also taken up the issue seriously and has submitted the petition to the Home Secretary with the support of Indian National League Party.
Earlier, the Islamic organisation protested against the film and alleged that Thuppakki portrays Muslims as terrorists and traitors. However, the movie bosses apologised later and said that their intention was not to hurt any community but also agreed to chop the scenes, which hurt the sentiments of Muslims.