The Tamil film federation is all set to take action. All the film bodies are readyto show their unity. The South Indian Film Chamber of Commerce (SIFCC) had taken a decision to boycott films of Bollywood stars who were present for IIFA awards in Colombo.
Vivek Oberoi not only attended IIFA but is reported to have made some snide remarks about SIFCC. The Association of South Indian Movies has banned the Surya-Priyamani starrer ‘Raktha Charithra’ from been screened in 5 southern states. This move is taken as an action against Vivek Oberoi who attended the IIFA event held in Colombo. Earlier, the body has announced that action will be taken against the actors who participate in the IIFA event held in Colombo.
It clearly means that part 1 of ‘Raktha Charithra’ which has Vivek Oberoi and Surya coming in the last five minutes, will be boycotted. But what will be more hurting to RGV is the part 2 of ‘Raktha Charithra’, which has more of Surya and less of Vivek and made in Tamil also faces the “unofficial ban”.
As the first case Hrithik Roshan’s ‘Kites’ was pulled out of the theatres and their anger is now brewing over ’Raavanan’ which has another defaulter Govinda playing an important role. Will ’Raktha Charithra’ be saved at least for the sake of Surya? As things stand now it is difficult to say.