Kattappa’s controversial statement: City theatre stops screening of Tamil movie
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Kattappa’s controversial statement: City theatre stops screening of Tamil movie

April 23, 2017

Mysuru: Following the controversial statement made by Tamil actor Sathyaraj nine years ago over Cauvery water issue and the video of the actor making the statement surfacing a couple of days ago, pro-Kannada organisations took to streets in protest and has sought a ban on screening Tamil movies in the State.

Meanwhile, some pro-Kannada organisations in city yesterday staged a protest in front of Padma Theatre in Agrahara, where a Tamil movie was being screened and demanded to stop the movie besides threatening of burning down the theatre if it was not stopped.

The owner of the theatre, who has taken the warning seriously, has stopped screening of the Tamil move in the theatre.

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