The screening of Rajnikanth's new release, 'Kaala' isn't happening in Karnataka to keep the audience's sentiments in mind. As said by the Supreme Court, the Karnataka Film Chambers of Commerce (KFCC) on Tuesday decided this to be the best decision taken for the Karnataka audience.

After all the discussions held in the Film chamber, they have come to a conclusion of not releasing 'Kaala' on June 7, 2018, in Karnataka.

Kannada Chaluvali party chief Vatal Nagaraj has said that he is never going to allow the release of any of the Rajnikanth and Kamal Hasan films until the time they aren't sorry for their deeds and take back the comments made, as well.

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Vatal Nagaraj is strictly against the thought of sharing the Cauvery water with Tamil Nadu and other states.

On the other hand, Sa Ra Govindu, who's the president of the KFCC said, "Kannadigas are upset with Rajinikanth’s comments on the Cauvery issue."

Facing the very same consequences "Kaala" and "Vishwaroopam 2" are not going to be releasing sooner in Karnataka.

Though the officials have stated to have no hard feelings for Thalaivaa, but they won't be able to do anything about the issue to sustain the city's unity and harmony.

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Rajnikanth has still some beliefs left on the South Indian Film Chamber (of Commerce) to change the fate for his upcoming movie.

Meanwhile, Rajini fans in the state are not going to sit quite without getting to see their superstars movie, they have reached to the Chief Minister and submitted a request to let the movie release in Karnataka.

Even Prabhas's "Baahubali 2" was not released until the film director apologized for his comments on the river water sharing issue.

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