8:59 PM | Author: Siva
Madras High Court is suggesting Kamal Haasan to consider a "amicable settlement"  with the Muslim groups who were offended by his film. It suggests
"The nation’s unity was more important than individuals’ rights. Any action taken by the petitioner or the other side should not be at the cost of the unity of the nation."
It appears the Court is acknowledging the actor's rights to make a film. What is left unsaid is how the court sees Nation's unity. Check the Hindu's editorial as well.

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2 comments:

On 2:05 PM , Sarangan Rajamanickam said...

"The nation’s unity was more important than individuals’ rights"

Ayn Rand would commit suicide....

 
On 7:33 PM , Siva said...

May be multiple times !