Udhayanidhi Stalin Points Out Factual Error In Dhanush’s Karnan

Actor Politician Udhayanidhi Stalin after heaping praise on the film’s lead actor, producer, and director, has pointed out a factual error in the film. After this, the makers of the film have promised to correct it in two days. Read on to know what exactly is the error.

Udhayanidhi Stalin, who is the Youth Wing Secretary of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam party has pointed out that in the film it is shown that the Kodiyankulam riots took place in 1997 when the DMK party was in the ruling. However, in reality, the riots took place in 1995 when the AIADMK was in power.

Check out Udhayanidhi Stalin’s tweet:

This specific tweet was also retweeted by the film’s director Mari Selvaraj which means it is possible that the correction will be reflected in two days as mentioned by Udhay Stalin himself in the above tweet.

Written and directed by Mari Selvaraj, Karnan is an action drama film loosely based on the 1995 Kodiyankulam caste violence that happened in the Thoothukudi district. The film released worldwide on 9th April.

Udhayanidhi Stalin has contested from Thiruvallikeni assembly constituency in the 2021 Tamil Nadu legislative assembly election. The results of which will be out on May 2nd. Besides his political career, Udhay has also signed the Tamil remake of Ayushmann Khurrana’s Article 15.

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