Tamil Nadu theatre proprietors are considering banning Sundeep Kishan's Michael

The action thriller "Michael," starring Sundeep Kishan, was aired in Tamil and Telugu and did well. The movie "Michael," which debuted in theatres on February 3, began streaming on OTT on February 24. As it was published on OTT less than four weeks after its theatrical debut, this violates the terms of the Tamil Nadu theatre owner association.

As a result, Sundeep Kishan's "Michael" has been banned from playing in theatres throughout Tamil Nadu by the theatre owner group.

The opposition to Sundeep Kishan's "Michael" by theatre proprietors could cause problems for the actor when his subsequent movie opens in Tamil Nadu. The "Michael" producers might run into problems when they distribute their following film in Tamil Nadu.

Tamil Nadu theatre proprietors are considering banning Sundeep Kishans Michael

Before the movie's OTT release, Sundeep Kishan offered supporters a free OTT subscription in an effort to get them to view his action thriller.

Sundeep Kishan plays the lead in the Ranjith Jeyakodi-directed film "Michael," which also stars Vijay Sethupathi, Divyansha Kaushik, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Varun Sandesh, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, and Ayyappa P. Sharma in pivotal parts. The action drama was released with dubbing in Hindi, Kannada, and Malayalam. "Michael," which featured numerous action scenes, featured music composed by Sam CS and photography by Kiran Koushik.

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