The first-look poster of Vishal's Ayogya has landed in trouble for allegedly glorifying drinking. S Ramadoss slammed Vishal saying he expected him to be more socially responsible
Chennai: Tamil actor and general secretary of the actor’s body Nadigar Sangam, Vishal has courted controversy by posing with what appeared to be a beer bottle in the first look poster of his next movie Ayogya, drawing flak from the PMK.
Vishal shared the poster on his Twitter feed saying 'Here We Go....the First Look from my next movie, Ayogya..."
Here We Go....the First Look from my next movie, Ayogya....GB#Ayogya #AyogyaFirstLook #Vishal26@RaashiKhanna @TagoreMadhu @rparthiepan @ivenkatmohan @iamrascalpapa @SamCSmusic @AntonyLRuben @Karthikvenkatr4 @art_murthi @gopiprasannaa @LightHouseMMLLP pic.twitter.com/ucFcRD3bqY— Vishal (@VishalKOfficial) November 19, 2018
The film, written and directed by Venkat Mohan features the popular actor as a police officer opposite Rashi Khanna.
Seated on the bonnet of a cop jeep, Vishal, with dark glasses on, is seen holding the bottle stylishly.
Pattali Makkal Katchi founder leader S Ramadoss slammed Vishal saying he expected social responsibility from him.
"The first look poster in which actor Vishal appears with a beer bottle should be immediately withdrawn," the top PMK leader said on his Twitter handle, adding
"What is that the actor tries to convey through this promotional material? I expect social responsibility from the general secretary of Nadigar Sangam."
The PMK chief recalled that he had written to Vishal (since he was the general secretary of the actor’s body) seeking a ban on actors smoking on screen.
"Going beyond smoking, he is posing with a beer bottle. What a social responsibility?" he asked sarcastically.
The first look poster of Vijay-starrer Sarkar had also invited the wrath of the PMK and anti-tobacco groups months ago since the actor was pictured smoking a cigarette. The poster was subsequently withdrawn and not used for promotion of the movie.
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Last Updated 21, Nov 2018, 5:53 PM