Islam is vindicated.
Its honor has been restored.
There was/is no terrorism by The Fundamentalists.
There is no threat of Suicide bomb attacks.
There were no executions posted Live on YouTube of the terrorists shooting people or slitting their throats.
There was No 9/11.
No attack on Malala the Pakistani Girl by the Taliban.
No attack on US Embassies or an attack on Marriott Hotel Paris.
Osama Ben Laden is a Scholar .
He was murdered by The Satan , The US.
There is a report that some intolerant Hindu Out fits filed a case against Viswaroopam for offending Hindus , especially the Brahmin Community.
Mr.Kamal Hassan, please, please do not ever remove the offending scenes to assuage the feelings of the Hindus nor ‘restore’ Hinduism as you have done for your Islamic brothers’.
Spare us and Hinduism the ignominy of being restored by YOU.
“what,Me? illicit affair, Not now’
what about future”
You mean Sex, So what, it may not rain In US”
(an allusion to Tirukkural on Chastity(I f a Chaste woman,though not worshiping God ,worships her Husband,Heaven’s will open up and rain if she were to order so’
(தெய்வம் தொழால் கொழுனற் தொழுதெழுவாள் பெய்யெனப் பெய்யும் மழை)
Or Kamal Hassan offers a chicken piece to a Brahmin girl first and telling her ‘Paappathi( a crude slang for a Brahmin woman), you taste it first”
“An unpalatable aspect of the film – totally ignored by the secular media – is the debasement of Brahmin women and their cultural practices. Kamal Haasan, like many actors and politicians in the State, has for years thrived on anti-Brahmin diatribes. Thus, Vishwaroopam has a scene where the hero tells the heroine, a Brahmin and a vegetarian, to eat a chicken and tell him how she finds it.
He addresses her as “paapathi”, which has upset this community. While this is the Tamil word for Brahmin women just as parpaan denotes Brahmin men, under the Dravidian movement the word has long degenerated in an abusive term for Brahmin women. In fact, a decade ago, a fringe party painted words to the effect that “Brahmin women should be made common property” on walls around Chennai.
“After nearly 10 days of high drama, marked by protests, mediation and negotiations, actor-director Kamal Haasan’s trilingual film “Vishwaroopam” is finally set for release in theatres across Tamil Nadu. The actor agreed to seven demands of Muslim leaders, mostly muting of the audio of portions objected to by them, thus bringing the curtains down on an episode in the history of the Tamil film industry, marred by allegations of infringement of freedom of expression and hurting of communal sentiments.
“I would like to thank the chief minister and the home secretary for facilitating the talks,” said Kamal Haasan, who arrived from Mumbai this morning after his film’s Friday release in theatres in the north. “We discussed many scenes with our Muslim brothers and finally both parties agreed to delete some sound clips from the film,” said Kamal, adding, “We will withdraw our writ petition (in the Madras high court) and hope that the court will lift the ban soon. The release date of the movie will be announced very shortly.” He said the altered film would be sent to the Censor Board of Film Certification for approval.
With state home secretary R Rajagopal playing mediator, the actor and 15 representatives of the Tamil Nadu Federation of Muslim Organizations sat around the negotiating table at the state secretariat and talked for nearly four hours before thrashing out a compromise. The talks began at 3pm and went on until 7pm, when the group emerged to announce a happy ending to the controversy. Reacting strongly to Kamal agreeing to the demands of Muslim leaders, filmmaker K Hariharan said, “It is absurd according to me. Kamal did this under pressure. He can’t do anything about it.”