Ilayathalapathy Vijay, whose ‘Theri’ was released last week, has opened with hit talk in Tamil film industry. The film has been doing a record breaking business at Box Office, across the world. But the only disappointment that the fans and the makers of the film had is Chengalpet distributors not screening the film in their area theatres which really disturbed the business. Hence, the film producer S.Thanu recently held a press conference to clarify further regarding the entire happenings surrounding the issue. He also detailed about the current trade status of the super hit film. The producer said that all the distributors are extremely happy with the way the film has been received, and they are enjoying profits.
A Mumbai based company had actually brought the rights for the film from him and he sold it to respective distributors such as SPI Cinemas. Then the distributors and exhibitors in that particular area are not ready to pay the MG (Minimum Guarantee) and they are doing it having mislead by a person with a personal motive to spoil the fortunes of a Vijay film. Thanu was disappointed with this. He revealed that the theatre owners of the area were regretting now about their decision of not bringing the film to the theatres. He finally clarified that it is the distributors who have not released the film in that area.
The film is doing well in all areas. The producer is currently busy with the production of Rajinikanth’s Kabali.