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Targeting a noteworthy movie prior to its release has become a habit for miscreants who wants to put the makers of the film in trouble. But Ajith's upcoming movie Yennai Arindhaal has received a bomb threat from some black hats aiming at disrupting movie goers' peace who are eager to catch the Ajith starrer, first day first show.
Shockingly, Udhayam Theatre in Chennai has received a letter in which a potential terrorist has informed that the entire theatre will be blown-up if they screen Ajith's Yennai Arindhaal which is all set to be released on February 5th. The letter also reads that eight theatres apart from Udhayam will be attacked if Yennai Arindhaal hits screens.
What is even more shocking is that Ajith Kumar's life is also under threat, according to the letter. Following the threat, a police complaint has been filed by the owners of Udhayam Theatre. A source close to the tension-filled area said that police are acting fast to nab the culprits and that an investigation is on.
All movie mongers who have planned to visit Udhayam Theatre to catch Yennai Arindhaal on the big screen would heave a huge sigh of relief if the wrong doers are caught before the release of the film.
Business at the famed theatre is also expected to go down because of this bomb threat. Earlier almost all Vijay films were targeted prior to its release and recently even Rajinikanth's Lingaa wasn't spared.
If this unhealthy trend continues, then filmmakers and producers will be forced to think twice before roping in big stars and to engage in high budget movies. Will someone step up to put an end to all these miseries? Let's wait with hope and watch.