You might even know that the Chief Minister of Karnataka is HD Kumaraswamy. However, only a few people outside the region are aware of the unofficial Chief Minister Vatal Paksha who leads a group of fringe called Kannada Chaluvali.
Kumaraswamy was against the release of Rajnikanth’s Kaala and have gained an impression by officially making a statement against it. However, the film was opposed by the Kannada fringe group that includes Vatal Paksha as they believe that one comment made by Rajnikant is anti-Karnataka.
The comment was made by Rajnikant in April this year where he stated that no matter which party comes into play they have to implement Supreme Court order in Karnataka. This single statement made the parties protest against him by hitting him with his own films that are produced by the superstar’s son-in-law Dhanush.
MLA Nagaraj is leading the vigilante pack that are following the sub-nationalism motto of Shiv Sena. There are many other things done in order to save the pride of Kannadiga by sprouting roll-call outfits in Bengaluru.
A rent-a-cause activist, Nagaraj, doubtful claimed that he has made approximately 10,000 protests in the last four decades. He even opposed the release of the blockbuster movie Baahubali 2: The Conclusion claiming that the Tamil actor Sathyaraj (Kattappa) made a comment against the Cauvery issue approximately nine years ago. For the film to release, Sathyaraj has to make an official public apology as the movie was financially important as per the Karnataka market.
However, the issue was not so much influenced as it is in the case of Kumaraswamy the filmmakers must respect the party’s decision and oppose the release. He actually forgot that he took an oath just few week backs to uphold the Constitution of India and not Constitution of Nagaraj.
However, if Rajni said sorry then it is possible that politician has to pay a hefty price. In the movie Kaala, he has made a statement saying “Kya re? Setting aa? It won’t be wrong to ask the same to Nagaraj and company. Now, we all have to see what the end result will be.