Thalapathy Vijay’s upcoming film, Leo, has found itself at the centre of a political controversy after the release of its poster. The poster featured Vijay holding a gun and smoking a cigarette, which drew criticism from politician Anbumani Ramadoss. Ramadoss condemned Vijay for his on-screen smoking scenes, arguing that they could negatively influence children and impressionable fans who idolize the actor. Ramadoss pointed out that Vijay had previously promised to avoid filming smoking scenes, but failed to keep his word. This is not the first time Ramadoss has criticized actors for depicting smoking in their films. As fans eagerly await the release of the film’s first single on Vijay’s birthday, the controversy surrounding the poster continues to spark discussions on responsible filmmaking and the impact of on-screen portrayals on society.
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