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Kolaiyuthir Kaalam Movie Release Ban Main Reason and When will it Release?

 Kolayuthir Kaalam Movie Release Ban
Kolayuthir Kaalam Movie Release Ban

Kolaiyuthir Kaalam Movie Release ban: Nayanthara starrer Kolaiyuthir Kaalam which was set to release on June 14, 2019, is facing a ban by the Madras High Court from releasing this week. The movie was getting ready to have a grand release worldwide along with it's Hindi version Kamoshi this weekend and the recent court order has restricted the makers to release it as planned.

The complaint by director Balaji Kumar made court to hold the release. Chakri Toleti is directing the film, produced by Mathiyalagan under the banner Etcetera Entertainment. Kolaiyuthir Kaalam director Toleti has already given some nail-biting films in Kollywood. His previous Tamil outings Unnaipol Oruvan and Billa 2 are highly intense films and is liked across ages.

His dark treatment along with making skills are promising and this makes the expectations of Kolaiyuthir Kaalam on a high range. After a long gap, the maker is coming back to Tamil industry with the Nayanthara starrer film.

Reason for Court Ban:

Director Balaji Kumar of Vidiyum Mun fame has filed a complaint in Madras High court requesting for a ban from releasing the film Kolaiyuthir Kaalam. The reason is he claims to be owning the rights of the novel Kolaiyuthir Kaalam penned by Sujatha. He says that he brought the film rights of the book for 10 Lakh Rupees in his mother's name and the team making the film of the same story and the title is illegal under copyrights act and requesting to ban the release of the film.

Possible Kolaiyuthir Kaalam Release Date:

According to the court order, Kolaiyuthir Kaalam can't make it to the announced date for this weekend. The date stated for enquiring the case by High court is June 21 and until that no release can be expected for the film. The only way for the makers is to settle the petitioner with a compromise and plan for the release as announced. Or else the release may be delayed until further updates beyond June 21.