During an interview, K Bhagyaraj, the president of South Indian Writers' Association, revealed the complete story of Tamil actor Vijay's Sarkar.
Chennai: The South Indian Writers' Association (SIFW) has found similarities between the stories of two Ilayathalapathy Vijay's Sarkar and assistant director Varun Rajendran's Sengol. And while talking about the plagiarism issue of Vijay's Sarkar, K Bhagyaraj, who is the president of the South Indian Writers' Association (SIFW), has revealed the complete story.
Bhagyaraj was explaining the similarities between the plots of Sarkar and a tale written by Sengol, written by Varun Rajendran when he revealed key plot details.
In an interview, Bhagyaraj said, "I felt the story had similarities and spoke with AR Murugadoss about it. As I have become the president of SIFW for the first time, I did not wish to create unnecessary controversies and tried for a compromise."
However, K Bhagyaraj added that AR Murugadoss (director of Sarkar) was of the view that people come with such complaints for money and was not keen to settle the issue with talks. The Sarkar creator wanted to face the issue in the court.
During the course of the interview, K Bhagyaraj revealed the complete story of Sarkar and Sengol, detailing the clash between the hero and the politician, their enmity and the climax of the Tamil flick.
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Last Updated Oct 29, 2018, 12:50 PM IST