In a bid to put an end to the 'Uthamaputhiran' controversy, Dhanush has apologised for affliction the sentiments of Goundar association through some scenes in his Deepavali release.
Speaking to reporters in Chennai on Thursday, he said, "All that we capital to accomplish was an entertainer. Our aim was not to aching the sentiments of any associates of the society. On account of the absolute casting and aggregation of Uthamaputhiran, I apologise for any accidental aching caused."
The amateur said two dialogues in the film, pertaining to the community, had been aerial and some scenes had additionally been deleted. "The changes accept been fabricated in 120 theatres in Tamil Nadu," he said.
Echoing Dhanush, ambassador T Ramesh of Balaji Studios and administrator Mithran R Jawahar too said they account the animosity of Goundars and the blur was aimed at alone assuming ancestors relationships and values. "The cine is not meant to aching anyone," they said.
It may be recalled that a accumulation of people, attributable adherence to a Goundar organisation, protested in advanced of cinema halls screening 'Uthamaputhiran' in Coimbatore on Tuesday. Following this, the government authorities directed theatre owners to stop screening of the blur fearing law and adjustment problems.