Vijay-starrer Azhagiya Tamil Magan landed
in trouble with Muhammad Farook filing a case
in the court against producer Appachan alleging
that he had bought the story earlier. Before
seeking legal redressal both the parties approached
the Producer’s Council wherein it was
decided that Muhammad Farook should be paid
Rs. 5 lakhs.
Of the Rs. 5 lakhs it was alleged that they paid Rs. 1
lakh and skipped paying the balance amount. Aggrieved
by this, Muhammad Farook sought a stay order in the court
of law to stall the movie’s progress.
The latest update on this issue is that it came up for
hearing before Justice Rama Subramanian yesterday. Senior
counsel P.S. Raman, on behalf of the defendants, contended
that Appachan had bought the story from Prem Nawaz for
which Rs. 10 lakhs has already been paid. Based on the
said facts the counsel argued that Muhammad Farook has
filed the case with the intention to malign actor Vijay’s
name in the industry and therefore the stay order should
Having heard the arguments from both the sides the Judge
reserved the judgement.