Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s 'Kaavalan' gets big support

Ilayathalapathy Vijay has been maintaining low profile on his upcoming release ‘Kaavalan’ as he has been facing several problems from the time of shooting.
The film was earlier scheduled to hit screens on the occasion of Diwali that was later postponed to December, but remained unreleased due to lots of releases. Now as the producers decided to get the film out of cans for Pongal, the theatre owners didn’t want to buy the film as they wanted Vijay to compensate for the loss of previous movies.
Now the actor gets the support of Distributors Council as the Union Chairman Kalaipuli Sekaran says that would the theatre owners refund the money if the audiences don’t like the movie after watching it. The situations are similar here. Also he has insisted them to respond whether they would pressurize other actors if their movies flop.
Meanwhile, the overseas rights of ‘Kaavalan’ has been acquired by Ayngaran International and GK Media while Aascar Ravichandran is planning to release the film all over Tamil Nadu.


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