Mayavaram director might face arrest for breaching law


Mayavaram director Rajendran

Rajendran, the director of the upcoming film Mayavaram, might face action by the police for holding the shooting schedule of his film without seeking prior permission from the local authorities. The film’s shooting was held on Wednesday (12th October) at the Muneeswarar Temple at the Burma Colony situated inside the police limits of Nandambakkam off Guindy.

The shooting, which took place around mignight, was reportedly held without seeking prior permission for the shooting from the local authorities or the police. The mandatory information to be provided to the local police station about the shooting was also not done. It turns out that some problems brewed between the crew and the locals during the shooting.

After the crew reportedly threatened Subbulakshmi, a local, she informed about the ‘threat’ to the Nandambakkam police. When the police arrived at the spot, the shooting was brought to a halt as director Rajendran, production manager Moorthy and others reportedly escaped from the spot not even bothering to explain to the police as to what had happened.

The police have registered a case of ‘causing nuisance at public place’ against the duo and are looking for them.