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April 12th, 2012
Any film on Veerappan should be approved by Mr Gopal

Chennai: The XVII Assistant Judge of the City Civil Court has asked the producers of Tamil film ‘Vana Yudham’ and its Kannada version ‘Attagasam’, depicting the life of slain forest brigand Veerappan, to screen the film only after the approval of Tamil bi-weekly ‘Nakheeran’ editor Gopal.

Gopal said without his role, no film about the brigand’s kidnappings, surrender talks and his way of life in the forest could be made.

He also added that the producers had not contacted him for his version on the role he played as an emissary.

The Judge said the petitioner had made out a prima facie case for grant of the injunction.