The comedian Soori is now enjoying success after receiving favourable reviews for his most recent movie, Viduthalai - Part 1. The actor spoke out about the recent event at the Rohini Theatre in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, where two ticket checkers reportedly refused permission for a tribal family to watch a movie.
When discussing it, Soori remarked, "Theater is equal for all. It is wrong for Rohini Theater not to allow tribal people to watch the film. I feel sad that they are not allowed inside the theatre."
On Thursday, the Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminal (CMBT) Police announced that "a case has been registered under IPC section 341 r/w 3(1) (x 1v) SC/ST Act, 1989". The theatre asserted that the family had gone to see a film that had been censored U/A by the authorities. They added that in compliance with the law, children under the age of 12 were not permitted to watch the film.
Speaking of Viduthalai - Part 1, it was Soori's first starring role in a Tamil film after 25 years in the film industry. Vetrimaran, a well-known Indian director, is in charge of it. Soori remarked on his acting debut as the main character, "I am sure that the film Viduthalai, in which I am the hero, will make all the people happy. I will continue to play not only the Hero but also all the stories."
Outside the theatre, Soori's supporters could be seen rejoicing in the actor's first lead role. They even offered milk and decorated the actor's poster with flowers. Actors Vijay Sethupathi, Gautham Vasudev Menon, and Bhavani Sre also played key parts in the movie.