Darbar in another controversy .. Committee to boycott Anirudh

copyrightDarbar in another controversy .. Committee to boycott Anirudh

Another dilemma involved a Darbar. The film is in trouble due to the latest music director Anirudh. The Tamil Musicians Association objected to the music director taking over foreign artists.

Darbar starring superstar Rajinikanth as the hero. Rajini is playing the role of a police officer after a long time. Leading production company Leica Productions is producing the film ambitiously. The film is slated to release on January 9 as a Sankranti gift.

Some financiers have already approached the court, claiming that the film's production company owes them. They petitioned to stop the release of the film until their debt was paid. Darbar was embroiled in another controversy before the collision. The film is in trouble due to the latest music director Anirudh.

About 450 musicians have worked on the film. The Tamil Musicians' Association objected to the fact that only five of them were Tamil artists. Speaking to the media on the matter, the president of the association, Deena, revealed the details of the controversy.

A month ago, Anirudh telephoned and revealed that the artists of the Deena Association wanted to give the record a chance. Earlier in the month, the committee's executive members had written to Anirudh about the absence of artists in the committee. However, it was shocking to know that the latest film recording was completed.

They are serious about the fact that Anirudh does not care if the committee has repeatedly requested it. It seems they are preparing to take action against Anirudh. However, Rajni is also being dragged into the controversy. Rajni wants to get into politics soon and wants to respond to the injustice of the Tamils ​​in the matter of his film. And we have to see where this conflict goes.


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