The Police too have asked Bala to remove the dialogues and scenes that demean the Sorimuthu Ayyanaar and Zamindars. Commissioner of Police, Coimbatore, Amresh Pujari has asked Bala to remove the dialogues and scenes that could stir controversies.
The Commissioner also sent two of the policemen to watch the film to know which dialogues and scenes were to be removed. Bala still hasn’t come out with an answer to the request made by the Commissioner.
There is also a political organization that sought the ban on the film or the editing and muting of scenes. Like such scenes were sought to be removed, if using filthy language was also condemned and subsequently removed, we would get quality entertainment.
Bala not Matured Enough: Singampatti Zamindar
Bala’s Avan Ivan had dialogues and scenes that caused sensitive reactions amongst Zamindars. The reference to Sorimuthu Ayyanaar also had them irked. The Zamindar had come out saying that Bala was not matured enough to know what dialogues and scenes to have in his films.
He also said that Bala’s inflammatory remarks against them on a weekly magazine are also characteristic of Bala and his immaturity. Bala had attacked them with personal comments. They were not so matured enough for a director, they say.
Although the media is not fond of Zamindar’s reactions to Bala’s latest film “Avan Ivan”, the media would also emphasize a point or two on Bala’s nonchalance towards his own (unwritten) script and style in movie making that he would not rethink of to deliver hits in future.