'Farhana is not against any religion or sentiments,' says makers
The film hits the theatres on 12th May
Aishwarya Rajesh's social drama Farhana, directed by Nelson Venkatesan, is hitting the theatres tomorrow. Ahead of the release, the makers of the film, Dream Warrior Pictures have released a statement that the film is 'not against any religion or their sentiments.'
"Our aim is only to produce good movies and we never vouch for contents that are against a particular religion. And we have never allowed stories that oppose humanity and humaneness. We wish that our brothers and sisters creating controversies about our movie should understand this," read the statement.
"The controversies created by a few people about Farhana, which has been duly censored by the government body, has pained us greatly. It is wrong to oppose a censored film before its release due to misconceptions and create controversies based on it. It will only show that the opposers have no proper understanding," they added.
Farhana also stars Selvaraghavan, Jithan Ramesh, Kitty, Anumol and Aishwarya Dutta. Gokul Benoy, known for films like Pannaiyarum Padminiyum and Ratchasi, handles the cinematography for the film with Justin Prabhakaran composing the music. Writers Sankar Dass and Ranjith Ravindran have collaborated with director Nelson for the screenplay. The film is set to hit the theatres on May 12.