Following the threat from the pro Kannada groups to ban his latest film Kuselan in Karnataka, superstar Rajinikanth has send a letter to the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC), requesting it to allow the release of the film in the state.
The superstar wrote that his comments on the Hogenikal water project had hurt the Kannadigas. He wrote that he doesn't want to hurt anybody. He wants the Tamilians residing in Karnataka and the Kannadigas to watch his film Kuselan. So, he requests KFCC not to trouble his fans in the state.
The pro Kannada groups had earlier demanded the ban of the film following Rajini's comments against the Kannadigas. Former MLA Vatal Nagaraj too demanded the ban of the film. "Kuselan should not be allowed to release in Karnataka until Rajinikanth offers an unconditional apology to Kannadigas. He has hurt the feelings of a large section of Kannadigas by calling pro Kannada activists as trouble makers and urging people to kick them out," said Vatal Nagaraj.
Now, the big question is whether the film will see the light of the day, as Rajini has sent a request letter to KFCC. Watch out!