Not long ago, superstar Rajinikanth was in news when he had to wait at an airport in Chennai. Though speculations were rife that the star actor was detained by cops, it was later revealed that Rajinikanth was not able to board his flight as he had failed to get along with him, his passport.
Even as the news pertaining to this incident began to die down
slowly, similar reports emerged, suggesting that Nayantara was
detained at a Malaysian airport.
While initially people were made to believe that the popular
actress was arrested as she was carrying a bagful of drugs, hearsay
later had it that Nayanthara was facing issues with her
But all that has been clarified as the team of Iru
Mugan, the actress' upcoming film with Vikram, has released an
official statement, as reported by OnlyKollywood.
"Work permit rules in Malaysia are different in the two
terminals. Usually, travellers to India travel through KL1. But the
new airline (Malindo) operates from KL2. There, the immigration
officials had few clarifications on work permit and visa stamping
for Nayanthara's supporting team. Later, Nayanthara herself spoke
to the authorities and sorted out the issue and the whole team
travelled back to India smoothly."