High Court condemns Darbar film director A.R.Murugadoss

The movie 'Darbar', starring actor Rajinikanth and actress Nayanthara, was released last month. The distributors started to protest against him, saying the film did not yield the expected returns, and it was lost to them. Some distributors had blocked the house and office of Darbar film director, AR Murugadoss.

AR Murugadoss filed a petition in the Madras High Court asking for police protection, where he stated that " Apart from directing the film he had no role in the film's distribution and other rights. But on February 03, over 25 people claiming to be film distributors trespassed into his Teynampet residence and requested compensation from him for the loses they had suffered due to the film."

Justice P Rajamanickam, who was hearing the petition, ordered the police commissioner to take action on the complaint. In this case, the case was heard before the judge again yesterday. where A.R.Murugadoss’s counsel made a submission of withdrawing the plea.

On this note, the Chennai High Court has condemned the Darbar director. He said the director will file a case and he would itself come around and say there's no need for action as a compromise has stuck.