Director AR Murugadoss, whose last film was Rajinikanth’s Darbar, has documented a request with the Madras High Court looking for police assurance. The case is relied upon to come up for hearing by Justice Rajamanickam on Thursday.
Director AR Murugadoss Moves Madras HC Seeking Police Protection
The director claimed that around 30 to 40 distributors have been dogging him daily, supposedly looking for pay for causing losses from distributing Darbar. He presented an appeal with the Chennai Police Commissioner looking for police assurance. At the point when the police didn’t make quick move, he raised his request to the court.
In his petition, the director claimed that more than 25 unidentified people entered his office premises on February 3 and “created a fear psychosis on his staff who were present there and used filthy language.”
Another 15 of them allegedly remained outside his residence started and began shouting his name in addition to disparaging.
“It is submitted that the unidentified persons entered upon with intent to commit an offence and to intimidate, insult and annoy the Petitioner and thereby they have committed criminal trespass and for this reason the Petitioner’s office and residence should be given sufficient police protection,” reads the rest of his petition.
Murugadoss further expressed in his petition that “unidentified people” were giving interviews to different TV channels with the purpose of ruining his reputation.
He has also featured in his petition that he is just the movie’s director and is unaware of its theatrical, distribution or satellite rights.