Vijay’s latest flick ‘Sura’ failed to keep up to the expectations of all. It turned out to be one of Vijay’s same style films. And actor Vijay has accepted to pay a compensation of Rs 6 crores to the theater owners for the failure of ‘Sura’.
The Theaters owner association was insisting compensation from Vijay for the loss they incurred. The Theater owner association head Paneer Selvam told that, the Theater owners have incurred a loss of Rs 10 crores by ‘Sura’ film and they wanted back Rs 6 crores from their investment for the film.
But all the sources from Vijay side claim that the film as a hit. Actor Rajinikanth and T R Rajendar paid compensation of 35% when their films failed to the theater owners. The Theater owner association now also expects the same gesture from Vijay. They have told that,further actions would be decided in the meeting to follow in 3 weeks time.
Vijay is at present working for his next flick ‘Kavalkaran’. His next project will be followed by ‘Velayutham’ and the Hindi remake of ‘3 idiots’. The Theater owner association have warned if Vijay fails to pay the compensation, actions would be taken his coming projects.
Sources come out that, talks are going on between the Theater owner association and Vijay side. The talks are going in a smooth manner and news come out that Vijay has accepted to pay a compensation of Rs 6 crores to the Theater owners.