Veerapppan, who proved terror in forest regions of Tamil Nadu – Karnataka border, was shot dead by commandoes from Tamil Nadu.
Movie ‘Vanayuddham’ has been made centering the smuggling activities staged by Veerappa. The movie has been dubbed in Kannada as ‘Attakaasa’. Veerappan’s wife filed petition in Chennai court seeking ban on release of the movie.
‘In movie ‘Vanayuddham’, my character has been portrayed falsely. This would affect life of my daughters’ said Muthulakshmi in her petition.
In reply petition filed by the producer it was mentioned ‘There are no objectionable scenes in the movie as Muthulakshmi mentioned. We are ready to screen the movie ‘Vanayuddham’ to Muthulakshmi.’
The judge who heard the case said that after viewing the movie, Muthulakshmi could convey her objection. Also, special show from producers was arranged. But, Muthulakshmi avoided seeing the movie.
In a development, Muthulakshmi viewed the movie in Devi Sridevi Preview Theater, Nungambakkam, Chennai. Following that she viewed the Kannada remake. Along with her, her advocate, and the advocate commissioner appointed by the court viewed the movie.
Following that, Muthulakshmi has demanded that objectionable scenes be removed. Her objection would be conveyed to the court. Then those scenes would be removed and Vanayuddham would hit screens.