Chennai, April 10: In a unexpected move, a Muslim organisation has supported VHP for its opposition to Kamal Hassan's film 'Uttama Villain'.
Reportedly, Indian National League has lodged a police complaint in Chennai seeking action against the actor for his "attempts to insult religious sentiments" of Hindus.
On asking about the issue where a Muslim organization came out in full support to Hindu, M Nazeer Ahammad secretary of National League said, "Through his earlier movie 'Vishwaroopam', Kamal Haasan offended religious sentiments of Muslims and now he is trying to do the same to Hindus through his upcoming movie 'Uthama Villain".
Ahammad further alleged that the actor was trying to get cheap publicity for his movies by raking up controversies and hurting the religious sentiments of people. He demanded that police must take appropriate action against the actor.
Recently, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) had demanded a ban over film release saying a song in the film hurts religious sentiments of Hindus.Speaking to mediapersons, the members alleged the lyrics of a song in the Tamil film has belittled a conversation between Prahalad (a devotee of Lord Vishnu) and his father Hiranyakashipu (demon king).