Pathu Thala by silambarasan (also known as simbu and STR) and dasara by nani both debuted on march 30. Many admirers congregated at Chennai's renowned rohini Theatre to watch STR's Pathu Thala. However, despite the tribal family having purchased tickets for the movie, the theatre administration never allowed them.

The family was eventually permitted inside the hall following a fierce backlash. They allegedly belonged to the clan of Narikurava. The rohini Theatre has since provided an explanation, but their explanation is still drawing criticism. Special early-morning screenings of films starring big names always take place at Chenni's rohini Theatre. The rohini Theatre would resemble nothing short of a festival during the FDFS (first-day first show) of films, complete with a dj counter and cut-outs erected at the premises.

A tribal family purchased tickets for Pathu Thala's early show on march 30. However, the management team forbade them from entering. In the theater, the people around are seen questioning the theatre staff members about why they aren't being allowed inside the hall. The tribal family was later permitted entry into the hall after the problem was brought up with the theatre management. GV Prakash, a composer, tweeted his opinions on the subject. I heard that the sister and brothers were permitted inside the hall later, according to his tweet in Tamil, which is loosely translated reads, The fact that they were initially refused entry is reprehensible. Everyone has a right to enjoy art.

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