Irrespective of Mr KK, the Telugu dubbing version of Vikram’s current release ‘Kadaram Kondan’ fate in the Telugu market, the movie goers in Malaysia were eagerly awaiting the release of the movie on 19th July.
However, the movie didn’t see the light of the day in Malaysia as the Malaysian government banned the movie in their country as the Malaysia Censor Board didn’t approve the movie.
Tamil movies have a huge market in Malaysia and therefore, many of the Tamil speaking folks in Malaysia are said to be flying to Singapore to watch Chiyaan Vikram’s movie. Singapore is also a major hub for Tamil movie market outside India.
Despite the fact that ‘Kadaram Kondan’ was shot in Malaysia entirety, the government didn’t like the way the Malaysian police were portrayed in the movie. Nonetheless, the Tamil speaking folks have their own way to get to watch Tamil movies made in India.Don't MissBig Producer Exposes Mahesh Babu DirectorThe giant producer Prasad V Potluri opened up his painful experiences in the industry and...Don't MissCan Saaho Help Avoid A Major Embarrassment For Indian Cinema?The all-important week for Telugu cinema has arrived. The wait for a couple of years...Don't MissJagan Planning Four Capitals for Andhra Pradesh?Rajya Sabha MP who switched sides from TDP to BJP, TG Venkatesh made a sensational...Don't MissSam to Redeem Father-In-Law NagWhen his career was going strong and Nagarjuna was considered as the senior hero who...Don't MissJanhvi Not Excited To Work With Deverakonda?Taking her word for granted that Janhvi Kapoor has a crush on Vijay Deverakonda after...