Radha Mohan on 'Gouravam' controversy

By - April 10, 2013 - 12:29 PM IST

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Gouravam’ director Radha Mohan made it clear on the controversy raised by a particular community regarding the film being oblivious to certain communities. The trailer of ‘Gouravam’ which was released recently landed in trouble as a particular community has raised its objections about the content of the movie and filed a petition for a ban of its release.

The community claimed that the film is based on the disastrous Dharmapuri incident, which was a case of honor assassinations. But Radha Mohan stated that “I have shot 80% of the film before the incident and it has nothing to do with film. If the law orders, then I don’t mind screening the film for that particular community. My intention was never to hurt any community or a particular individual”. The director has urged the people to watch the film first and then can draw their own conclusions. ‘Gouravam’ is expected to hit theatres later this month.

Did you know?
Director Radha Mohan's first film was ‘Smile Please’ in 1996, the movie was never completed or released.