“Rs. 1 Lakh Prize For The One Who Kicks Suriya” – PMK Leader’s Announcement Creates Outrage

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Ever since Suriya’s “Jai Bhim” released on Amazon Prime, a set of people who belong to “PMK” party are expressing their disagreement over few of the aspects of the film. Most recently, PMK leader Anbumani Ramadoss released a press note questioning Suriya 9 questions about “Jai Bhim” film. Answering to him, actor Suriya requested the “PMK” leader not to restrict a film like “Jai Bhim” into “name” politics. Now, video of a Nagapattinam district secretary of Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK), Sithamalli Pazhani Saamy, announcing Rs. 1 Lakh cash for anyone who kicks Suriya has created huge outrage among the Internet users.

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Anbumani Ramadoss, in his press release, asked Suriya whether the film was made based on a true incident. He questioned why the character of the police name was kept as “Gurumoorthi” instead of the real life inspector’s name which is “Antony Saamy”. “Through the interviews of Parvathi Ammal, we could understand that people who belong to the village, who are mostly “Vanniyars”, helped her during the case. Why you didn’t show it that way?” asked Ramadoss in a way of accusing Suriya of targeting people who belong to Vanniyar community.

Now, Pazhani Saamy of PMK made similar accusations against actor Suriya and announced that a cash reward of Rs. 1 lakh will be given for anyone who kicks Suriya. “They are showing the symbol of fire in a calendar that is placed in the house of a villain. They kept the original names to the characters in the film but for the villain alone, they kept the name “Guru” which is our leader’s instead of the original name “Antony Saamy”.

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“PMK party is the one which protested for the case first. But the film shows “Vanniyars” as villains said the PMK leader and went on to defame the family members of actor Suriya. “We won’t let his films release in these areas. A cash reward of rs. 1 lakh will be given to a youth who kicks Suriya first if he comes to this area. He can only visit any place in Tamil nadu through air, not through roadways. This is a warning” Pazhani Swamy said.

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As soon as the video got released, users of Internet started stretching their supportive hand to Suriya by trending hashtags such as “We Stand With Suriya”. Check out some of the reactions below :

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