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Tamil producers association requested government for five shows

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Vijay’s Leo is up for release next month and Lokesh Kanagaraj and the team are busy giving final touches to the project. Leo is the most awaited project in Kollywood currently and will mark the return of the Vijay and Lokesh combo who earlier delivered a big hit with Master. Lokesh is in great form with all his previous films emerging as big hits, including Vikram which was a massive blockbuster. The film is also registering many records with just advance bookings itself.

However, a small concern over the early shows in Tamil Nadu is bothering the makers of Leo and Vijay’s fans as well. Currently, there is no permission for special shows in Tamil Nadu and the Govt directed that the shows should start from 9 AM and only 4 shows have to be screened.

Reportedly, The Tamil Film Active Producers Association (TFAPA) has requested the Tamil Nadu government to grant permission for daily 5 shows in theaters in the state. We will need to see whether the govt accepts the request or not. If it gives the permission, then it will definitely help the film, Leo.

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The TN government had actually decided not to allow any special shows on working days. A directive had been issued that the shows should start from 9 am only. All the recent movies followed the same, including biggie like Rajinikanth’s Jailer. Vijay’s fans were not happy with this new arrangement and have demanded special shows for Leo. They lashed against the government on social media for giving permission for special shows and trended with hashtags on Twitter.

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