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Thursday, June 01, 2006
Imsai had trouble finding its way to the theatres. The Censor board had declared that the movie needed a 'No objection Certificate' from the Animal Welfare Board of India. This was because some animals - a few horses and elephants had been used in this historical movie.
They needed to know if all the animals in the movie had been treated in a humane manner. Director Shankar is currently busy with Sivaji. So he couldn't delve into this problem sooner. But now sources say, the board has got the required clearance. Finally, Imsai finds the way out and it is going to be released on June 9th.