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MAA request T-agitators for 'Adurs'

Tue 12th Jan 2010 08:26 AM
MAA request T-agitators for 'Adurs'
MAA request T-agitators for 'Adurs'

Films as a performing art reflect universal emotions and meant to relieve the sufferings of the individuals through the medium of entertainment. Films, music and arts stand above geographical barriers and political considerations, averred Movie Artistes’ Association (Maa) president Murali Mohan on Monday.The Tollywood hero of yesteryear told newsmen here on Monday that the looming threat to the distribution of the film Adurs, starring Junior NTR, from the Telangana activists is against all norms of humanity and art.

Terming the threat as unfortunate, he urged the Telangana activists to stay away from obstructing the screening of the film, Adurs, in the region.In view of the recent stiff resistance from the separate Telangana protagonists and also the latest experiences to the Tollywood, he said that the film personalities, particularly the members of Maa, have been told not to shoot their mouths in public on the sensitive Telangana issue, he added.Murali Mohan’s appeal to the activists comes against the backdrop of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president K Chandrasekhar Rao’s daughter Kavitha’s warning movie-makers and distributors of adverse repercussions in the event of the film Adurs being screened in the Telangana districts.

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