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Singapore refuses to clear ‘Blue Sattai’ Maran’s ‘Anti-Indian’ for release

The Singapore government has refused to clear controversial director 'Blue Sattai' Maran's Tamil film 'Anti-Indian' for release in that country.

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The Singapore government has refused to clear controversial reviewer-turned-director ‘Blue Sattai’ Maran’s Tamil film ‘Anti-Indian’ for release in that country.

‘Blue Sattai’ Maran said, “We had decided to release our film ‘Anti-Indian’ in Singapore as well. However, the Examining Committee, which watched our film there, has refused to grant us a censor certificate saying the film contained controversial scenes and dialogues pertaining to religion.

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“We have therefore appealed to a higher authority for a re-examination of our film. We hope that our film will hit screens after being re-examined in a day or two.”

Meanwhile, rumours started doing the rounds that the film would be released on an OTT platform.

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However, the director trashed all such rumours. He said, “‘Anti-Indian’ will NOT be released in any OTT worldwide for the next 28 days. OTT release in India will be 28 days after the theatrical release. Do not believe in rumours.”

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