The proposal was criticised by Velu, the state head of the Rashtriya Hindu maha Sabha, who claimed it was an insult to the Brahmin community. He was particularly offended by the representation of a Muslim youth falling in love with a Brahmin girl and demanded that the film be banned.
Velu took legal action and promised to close theatres, claiming that films promoting hinduism should not be permitted. The film received mixed reviews but attracted notice for its innovative premise.
The film, co-produced by Zed Studios, Nat Studios, and Trident Arts, focuses around Nayanthara's character, a woman from a Brahmin household who, against her father's objections, aspires to become the finest indian cook.
Nayanthara, on the other hand, is aggressively promoting the picture, and no one from the production team has yet commented to the issue. watch out this space for more updates in this same regard.