The actor stated that he had to shell out Rs 6.5 lakh for the release of the Hindi version of the film
Vishal has alleged corruption at the Central Board of Certification office in Mumbai. The actor dropped a video on his social media handle today and stated that he had to shell out Rs 6.5 lakh for the release of the Hindi version of the film.
Vishal's note on social media
Vishal stated that corruption shown on screen was fine, but not in real life. His post read, "#Corruption being shown on silver screen is fine. But not in real life. Cant digest. Especially in govt offices. And even worse happening in #CBFC Mumbai office. Had to pay 6.5 lacs for my film #MarkAntonyHindi version. 2 transactions. 3 Lakhs for screening and 3.5 Lakhs for certificate."
He added that this was the first time he was a in a situation like this." Never faced this situation ever in my career. Had no option but to pay the concerned mediator #Menaga coz too much at stake since movie released today. Bringing this to the notice of Hon Chief Minister of Maharashtra and my Hon PM Narendra Modiji. Doing this is not for me but for future producers. NOT HAPPENING. My hard earned money gone for corruption ??? No way. Evidence down for all to hear.(sic)."
Mark Antony Hindi version released today
The original version in Tamil hit screens on September 15 and was a solo release of the week. The film, helmed by Adhik Ravichandran, stars Vishal and SJ Suryah in dual roles. The Hindi version dropped in theatres today.
Vishal shared his excitement about the same on his social media handle. "Now that we have crossed the magic figure & created a bench mark in all south languages for #MarkAntony. Thanks for the support & encouragement from one & all who have entered the #WorldOfMarkAntony by watching it in theatres worldwide. Now it’s time to showcase the Hindi version of #MarkAntonyHindi which will have a grand release all over north India from today Sep 28th. Looking forward to the same support as language has no barrier & may the euphoria continue (sic)."
Mark Antony marks Vishal's comeback
Vishal is back with a bang in the film and has finally managed to score a win at the box office after a bad streak. SJ Suryah's performance has also become the talk of the town.