The Madras High Court has ordered a stay on Rajinikanth's film, Darbar that is all set to release in Malaysia. The Malaysian based company named DYM creations approached the court and sought stay as the movie producers Lyca Films did not settle their debt of Rs 23 crores. Hearing the matter, Madras High Court ordered to stay the movie release in Malaysia until the 4.99 crores deposit amount is settled to the company.
Court also said that the film can be released on the same scheduled date if the amount is settled to DYM creations. However, there is no stay for the film in Tamil Nadu or other countries.
Darbar is an upcoming Tamil language film. It has been directed by AR Murugadoss and has been produced by Allirajah Subaskaran. The movie is scheduled to hit theatres on January 9, 2020, and stars Rajinikanth in the lead. The team along with Rajinikanth are busy promoting the film.
While interacting with media portals, Rajinikanth claimed that he believes that the AR Murugadoss directorial will repeat the magic of films like Sivaji, Chandramukhi and Robot, all of which are acclaimed south films. Rajinikanth also said at the same event that the kind of love he receives from his fans is overwhelming and that is what keeps him going.
According to reports, Rajinikanth's Darbar will release in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi for Pongal 2020. In the one-minute-long trailer, Darbar seems like a perfect commercial film that celebrates Rajinikanth. In the trailer, Rajinikanth is shown as a super cop who is dedicated to fighting crime. Actor Suniel Shetty will be playing the role of a villain in the movie. The trailer, which was released in December 2019, has intrigued fans.