Uriyadi, which received acclaims from most of the critics and movie goers, will be taken off from cinema halls across Chennai and Coimbatore after just 35 days of its theatrical run.
Though the movie had managed to impress its audiences across the state for its gritty narration and impressive portrayal of action, Uriyadi is now struggling to stay on the big screen.
Thanking fans and critics for their positive reviews on the film, producer-director Vijay Kumar went on to say that he cannot reveal why his film is being taken off from theatres.
"#Uriyadi - 35th Day - Thank u Viewers, Press, Media, Theatre owners & distributors. Due to the power of positive word of mouth from people, 'Uriyadi' made it to 35th day. It will be the last day of theatrical run in Chennai, today & Coimbatore, tomorrow.
The cinema lovers wanted to see 'Uriyadi' after first 3-4 days of its release, hearing the good reviews, but by then it could not be screened further in theatres in many centres. There were many reasons I cannot disclose on why 'Uriyadi' could not be reached to audience on big scale.
Nevertheless, the number of audience who would see a super hit film, saw/seeing 'Uriyadi' too, through the possible sources accessible to them.
In this fast-food life of ours, clicking like or share in Facebook/twitter itself is a big time consuming work for us. But 'Uriyadi' viewers/fans took time and wrote in paragraphs to convey their appreciation and to promote the film.
Tamil cinema fans proved they will never let down a cinema taken trusting them, loving them and for them. An honest & original art, let it be writing, painting, music.. etc will always be embraced by people, even when it's too late for the creator.
Thank you all on behalf of every one who worked for 'Uriyadi' officially and promoted the film unconditionally," Vijay Kumar posted on his social media page.