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Ameer parting violence!

IndiaGlitz [Thursday, December 03, 2009]

Yogi's result has made director-turned-actor Ameer to think about an issue. The director has taken a strong choice of quitting bloodsheds and brutality in his forthcoming movies.

If we could remember, we heard that Ameer's 'Kannabiraan' is also soaked with violence. So, now the director had erased all those scenes from the film and is rewriting the script with an all new flavour.

Though he has taken a new decision his speech during the 'Yogi' Press meet that happened recently made many to think over it.

The director said, "If we say that Violence in cinema is more, then what about television? Stunt sequences and rustic stories of cinema will get out of mind in one day but what about the real life violence seen in the televisions to increase their TRP ratings? We can still remember how TV channels showed the law college mishap again and again. If we compare it in this way the TV shows brutality than cinema"

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