Rajinikanth urges fans in Karnataka to not disrupt Kaala's release over Cauvery issue: I have done no wrong
HD Kumaraswamy on Kaala: "Even if they release the movie, it will not be useful to them financially. After there is a solution to this (Cauvery) water issue, then they can release anytime."
Rajinikanth's Kaala will not release in Karnataka over Cauvery issue; Kamal Haasan's Vishwaroopam 2 could face similar ban
Vatal Nagaraj’s Kannada Okkoota and nine more pro-Kannada organizations approached Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce to ban Kaala and Kamal Haasan’s upcoming films because both the stars have urged in various interactions to establish Cauvery Management Board.
Terming the order on capping movie tickets at Rs 200 in theatres across the state as retrograde and irrational, the Multiplex Association of India (MAI) on Thursday urged the Karnataka government to withdraw its directive.
The Karnataka government passed an order on Tuesday setting a capping of Rs 200 on movie tickets in all cinemas of the state.