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Netflix stopped Nayanthara’s Annapoorani streaming

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Netflix stopped Nayanthara’s Annapoorani streaming. It is widely known Lady Superstar Nayanthara’s latest film, Annapoorani, started to stream on a popular digital platform, Netflix, on December 29th. However, the legal issues have affected the film’s OTT release, and Netflix stopped Nayanthara’s Annapoorani streaming.

The film started trending at no one position on Netflix, but the movie has created a lot of controversy, and a legal case was also filed on the film alleging it has anti-Hindu elements or scenes. With this, the OTT giant Netflix has stopped streaming the film.

The complaint was filed against Nayanthara, Jai, Nilesh, producers Jatin Sethi, R Ravindran, Punit Goenka, Zee Studios Chief Business Officer Shariq Patel, and the head of Netflix India, Monika Shergill. The fans of the actress are shocked as a Legal Case has been filed against Nayanthara and Netflix alleging anti-Hindu activity.

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Annapoorani: The Goddess of Food features Nayanthara as an ambitious chef who participates in the reality show ‘India’s Best Chef’ despite her mother’s dislike. ‘Annapoorani’ is jointly produced by Jatin Sethi and R Ravindran and features Jai, Sathyaraj, Redin Kingsley, Suresh Chakravarthy, Renuka, and KS Ravikumar. Thaman S composed the music, while Sathyan Sooryan was the cinematographer.

A professional chef taught Nayanthara to play the role, and the movie marks her reunion with Jai following the release of ‘Raja Rani’ in 2013.

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