Kunchacko Boban’s movie ‘Nna Thaan Case Kodu’, which hit theaters on Thursday, sparked controversy after the filmmakers launched an commercial urging folks to go to theaters regardless of the ‘bumps’ within the highway.
“There can be bumps within the highway to theaters. Please come anyway,” proclaimed the announcement that was posted on Kunchacko’s Fb deal with. Though the filmmakers have clarified that the bumpy roads have a connection to the movie’s plot, a piece of social media customers, who see it as an insult to the federal government, have known as for a boycott of the movie.
One social media consumer claimed that he had deliberate to observe the movie on launch day, however now determined to observe the movie solely when the filmmakers apologized and backed down.
Ever for the reason that poster got here out, the filmmakers and solid of the movie have been beneath cyber assault. Kunchacko Boban, in the meantime, has come out with a clarification on the film poster. “The announcement was not supposed to tarnish the picture of the Kerala authorities. The advert made me snicker. The roads of Tamil Nadu, not Kerala, are the topic of the movie.”
Opposition chief VD Satheeshan stated that everybody who criticizes the poster ought to see it as artistic freedom. Why do those that battle for such artistic freedom criticize this? Extra folks will see this film due to this response,” he added.
Hashim, 52, who was driving his two-wheeler, died after falling right into a culvert final week close to Nedumbasserry, sparking outrage. in opposition to the responsible.
The incident additionally sparked a battle between VD Satheeshan and PWD Minister PA Mohammed Riyas over the state of roads established and maintained by the division.