At Rajinikanth’s 2.0 shoot, photojournalist attacked by film crew after clicking pictures

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 08:11 AM IST
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Superstar Rajinikanth’s 2.0 have landed itself in a fresh controversy when the crew members allegedly assaulted two photojournalist on the film’s set in Chennai.

A photojournalist, Raghunathan had questioned the crew members for shooting on broad daylight, when the permission was given only between 11pm to 6am. He requested the crew to move their caravan which was blocking the way. He had also informed the crew that a lady met with an accident at the same spot over a week ago. However, the crew member did not heed their pleas. When Raghunathan started to click pictures to get a proof, a few bouncers from the crew surrounded him and allegedly attacked him.

Another photojournalist Bharath who was also apparently attacked and the boucers also tried to snatch away his camera. However, Bharath was saved by a woman police who was nearby. After the ruckus, the police have detained Pappu, an assistant director of 2.0

Also Read: Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar starrer ‘2.0’ satellite rights sold for Rs 110 crore

Rajinikanth and other artists were not present at the location. However, it’s only normal the bouncers were present at the spot, especially during the shoot of such a big star.

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