Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s movie Mersal was released on 18th October on the event of Diwali. The film was received a great response its script and execution. While this movie is in news for its GST related dialogues. Modi’s Government is now demanding to remove the seen from the film. In this film, Vijay’s dialogues intend that there is no free health care rather than the ‘GST’ in India and Singapore is having the free health care than the GST. These dialogues from the film ‘Mersal’ have affected the GST Scheme which was recently introduced by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Now, few of the people from BJP party demand to remove this scene from the film.
The BJP leaders demanded the references to the GST in the Tamil film be removed. “The film producer should remove the untruths regarding GST from the film,” Union minister Pon Radhakrishnan told on Friday.
Modi’s Government Demand This Scene To Be Removed From Vijay’s ‘Mersal’ Movie
The Mersal scene is no way related to the BJP party while it is a doctor’s perception about India. the specialist’s relationship in the nation are also up in the arms against Mersal. The Indian Medical Association of Tamil Nadu has blamed the film for depicting doctors in poor light and has demanded the members from its clique to blacklist it. While few of the Industry people PA Ranjith, and Kamal Hassan responded over this scene and expressed their views on this scene.
Veteran Actor Kamal Hassan responded over this issue and said. “Mersal was certified. Don’t re-censor it. Counter-criticism with a logical response. Don’t silence critics. India will shine when it speaks,” Haasan said in a tweet.
“I don’t think there is a need to remove portions in Mersal that addresses the GST and other issues. When these scenes are played in the theatre, there is a lot of claps as people appreciated and supported them. Politicians should take the hint and reconsider these issues,” director PA Ranjith told the media.
“The BJP is acting as a super film certification board and curbing democratic rights,” DMK spokesperson A Saravanan said.
Mersal Vijay’s Video On which the BJP is Objecting
Tamil movie #Mersal producers were forced by BJP to remove scenes criticising GST and Gorakhpur Hospital. Here is the deleted scene.Translation "Singpore with 7% GST provides free education and medical care to it's citizen without any partiality equally irrespective of rich and poor, where as we pay 28% GST, but inadequate government hospital facilities. 0% GST for liquor that destroys every family and 12% GST for medicines. The fear of a citizen to go to government hospital is the investment for private hospitals to steal in lakhs from us.If the government says that government hospitals are international standards, Why don't the prime minister or chief minister take treatment from government hospitals??
Posted by Unofficial: Subramanian Swamy on 20 ಅಕ್ಟೋಬರ್ 2017