Shooting of Surya's forthcoming movie Anjaan was halted after some Tamil groups came to the film sets to sort out issues with N Lingusamy over recently released film Inam. Now, the shooting has kick-started and going on smoothly.
It was reported by a section of media that the shooting of Anjaan has been disrupted. Clearing those rumours, producer N Subhash Chandra Bose has said that the situation is in control and the shooting is progressing without any hurdle.
"The shoot had to be stopped because they had come to meet the director and discuss about Inam. There was absolutely no protest as is being rumoured. Everything is under control and we have continued shooting," Subhash told IANS.
Inam is distributed by N Linguswamy in Tamil Nadu. Some of the Tamil groups opposed the film's content and protested over the same alleging that it hurt the sentiments of Tamils.
To calm the situation, Linguswamy chopped five scenes, which had irked Tamil groups. Even after the deletion, some fringe groups were not happy. Hence, the distributor pulled out Inam from theatres in the state on Monday (April 1).
Meanwhile, Anjaan shooting is progressing in a rapid speed. The makers have completed 80% of the shooting.