'Not scared of protests over biopic on Kamal Das' Feb 09, 2018 0 168 12345 IANSMumbaiMalayalam film director Kamal is not a worried man even though his biopic on the very fiery author-poet Kamala Das has ignited debates and protests, as well as attracted an attempt to stop the film legally for propagating"love jihad"-- a charge that Kamal vehemently denies. Aami, the film, is now ready to hit the screens on Friday, after the Kerala High Court quashed a petition against its release. Kamal wonders how the movie propagates"love jihad". "At the time when Kamala Das converted to Islam and fell in love with a Muslim, there was no concept of love jihad. This is a coinage that has gained currency in recent times. I still don't know what it means. I am thankful to the judiciary for intervening in time for my film's release,"said Kamal. He said for filmmakers like him who insist on having their say, the judiciary is the only solace."Where do we go when we are attacked? Look at what happened with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat. We still don't know what the protests were about. Before we knew it the protests spread like wildfire. After the film was somehow released it was obvious that the film was not guilty of what it was accused of doing."In fact, it was doing just the opposite. Is there any remedy or rectification for filmmakers who suffer through such baseless protests,"Kamal asked. Pages 12 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Kerala minister defends CPI-M leader over graft allegations against his sons Feb 09, 2018 0 939 Congress to work with like-minded parties in LS: Sonia Feb 09, 2018 0 159 Andhra strike over 'injustice' in budget hits normal life Feb 09, 2018 0 158 Uproar in parliament over special status to Andhra IANS New Delhi Parliament on Thursday continued to witness protest from the members of Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and YSR Congress over demand for special status to Andhra Pradesh and other financial benefits to the state. .. Five arrested for helping terrorist escape in J&K Srinagar Police in the Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday achieved a breakthrough by arresting five suspects who helped a Pakistani terrorist escape from a Srinagar hospital on Tuesday. Sources said .. BJP planning 'major assault' on Constitution: Tharoor IANS New Delhi The BJP government is looking to make a"major assault"on the Constitution if the ruling party gets a majority in both the Houses of Parliament, says Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, who feels the attack on .. SC urged to quash FIR against army in Kashmir IANS New Delhi The father of Major Aditya Kumar, named in an FIR by Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir police in civilian killings during a firing incident, on Thursday moved the Supreme Court to quash the case because .. Kamal to meet influencers from TN in US IANS Chennai Actor Kamal Haasan, who is in the US, will meet key influencers from Tamil Nadu and explore a better future for the state. Kamal, who has announced his foray into politics, will be delivering a lecture at the ..