Famous for his movies which leave a social message, Murugudoss is equally known for controversies that leave his upcoming movies in stake. In a recent revelation, AR Murugadoss on Thursday has approached the Madras high court seeking police protection. This time it is Rajinikanth’s cop-drama ‘Darbar’ that left the star director in a series of alleged threats from the distributors of the film. The prestigious flick which was produced by Lyca Productions with a huge budget reportedly incurred losses. Followed by which the distributors in Tamil Nadu decided to go on a hunger strike to recollect the losses they have faced. Talking to the media, the distribution union alleged that either Murugudoss or Rajinikanth refused to discuss the issue.
In the wake of distributors calling for the strike, Murugadoss alleged that on February 3, over 25 people, claiming themselves to be distributors barged into his Teynampet residence demanding compensation for the losses. Upon which Murugadoss moved the High Court after Chennai Police Commissioner failed in taking swift action. In his petition, he further stated that unidentified persons were giving interviews to various TV channels with an intent of spoiling his reputation. Admitting the plea, Justice P Rajamanickam directed the Chennai police commissioner to file his reply by February 10.