Plagiarism allegations against director AR Murugadoss are becoming a common phenomenon every time he makes a film. With his latest film, Vijay-starrer Sarkar, slated for release on November 6, Murugadoss is back in the news for wrong reasons.
According to the latest reports in Kollywood media, a Tamil writer and assistant director named Varun Rajendran has filed a complaint against director AR Murugadoss with the South Indian Film Writer’s Association. Varun has reportedly alleged that Sarkar’s story has been copied from his script, titled Sengol.
Varun said that he had registered Sengol with the Writer’s Association back in 2007 and later narrated the story to Vijay’s father SA Chandrasekar, who may have tipped off Murugadoss about the story. Senior Tamil actor and Director K Bhagyaraj, who is the President of the Writer’s Association, is reportedly medicating the talks between Murugadoss and Varun Rajendran to end the dispute amicably.
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