‘Varisu’ vs ‘Thunivu’: Police lathicharge in Chennai as fans of Vijay & Ajith turn violent
Greater Chennai Police soon resorted to sanctions after fans of actors Vijay and Ajith became violent by tearing up posters of Vijay’s ‘Varisu’ and Ajith’s ‘Thuunivu’.
Chennai: Greater Chennai Police resorted to spanking early Wednesday after fans of actors Vijay and Ajith turned violent by tearing up posters of Vijay’s ‘Varisu’ and Ajith’s ‘Thuunivu’.
Both films are opening this morning and viewership is soaring in all theaters across the state. In Chennai, the police arrested a number of unruly people.
Notably, in 2014, Vijay and Ajith released on the same day as Ajith’s “Veeram” clashing with Vijay’s “Jilla”. The current release is after nine long years and so fans are already excited to release the movies of their favorite stars.
#CLOCK | Chennai, Tamil Nadu: Fans of actor Ajith Kumar and actor Vijay set off firecrackers, danced and celebrated outside the cinema as they gathered to watch the actor’s previous film. #Thuunivu and the latter #Varisu
Both films were released on the same day after 8 years. pic.twitter.com/3YKX2gtMRe
– ANI (@ANI) January 11, 2023
However, the Tamil Nadu government has banned any shower gel because of the large number of stars removed and the government has directed the police department to monitor whether the shower gel is deployed anywhere in the country. resale process or not.
Meanwhile, the Tamil Nadu government has canceled the release of the films at 4am and 5am until the Pongal festival ends.
Peaks are being witnessed at all key locations of the state. With the Pongal festival taking place January 15-18, the police department is closely monitoring the entire state to prevent any unfortunate incidents during movie screenings.