Kamal Haasan's 'Vishwaroopam' release deferred till Jan 28 in TN
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"Therefore, without granting any interim relief, I am posting these writ petitions to January 28," he said.
He also made it clear that video piracy of the film shall be strictly curtailed, so that it may not cause loss to the petitioners and to the theatre owners.
In his petition, Kamal Haasan contended that once the film had been certified by the censor board, the state had no powers to impose a ban.
Justifying the ban, state Advocate General A Navaneetha Krishnan argued that the petition was not maintainable since the affected parties were only the theatre owners and not the petitioner.
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