Kollywood doesn’t want Gauravam

Posted : April 10, 2013 at 2:07 am IST by ManaTelugu
Debut hero form Mega family Allu Sirish bilingual upcoming flick “Gauravam” under direction of Radha Mohan which is releasing on April 19th has landed in trouble with its Tamil version. According to sources, the all powerful Gounder community in Tamil Nadu asked the state government to ban the Prakash Raj produced film “Gauravam” where the story line is based on honour killing which may instigate communal disharmony. 
The community submitted written petition to the Kongunadu Munnetra Kazhagam representing the Gounder community and the neglected Kongu region of Tamil Nadu which will in turn forward it to the state Government. President of the Kongu Vellala Gondergal Peravai, Manikandan Pongalur said “In the trailer of the film, released recently, a large group of non-Daliths are shown indulging in honour killing against inter-caste marriage in some part of Tamil Nadu. 
We fear this may upset the sentiments of several communities in the state and pave way to communal violence”. Music is given by Thaman and Yammi Gautham as love lead opposite Allu Sirish. This film is the first film to Srish where he made a risk to make his debut in two languages similarly but the Tamil release of this film is going on doubts now.