No trailer release in movie theatres – ‘Leo’ trailer controversy reflection

The release of Thalapathy Vijay’s film ‘Leo’ is facing significant challenges, with controversy surrounding the film’s trailer release prompting a dramatic decision by the head of the Theatre Owners Association, Tirupur Subramaniam.

The official trailer for ‘Leo’ was unveiled on October 5th, but it was uncensored. Following the release, many theaters across the state screened the trailer, which led to damage to seats due to fan celebrations. These incidents stirred up controversies, resulting in theaters suffering financial losses and receiving notices from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).

In response to the situation, Tirupur Subramaniam, the head of the Theatre Owners Association, has made a significant announcement. He stated that theaters should no longer screen movie trailers for fans, especially uncensored ones. Instead, only censored trailers will be allowed to be screened during movie intervals, returning to the traditional practice. This decision is now making waves on the internet.

Now, the Theatre Owners Association head Tirupur Subramaniam has announced that theatres shouldn’t screen movie trailers for the fans specially. Henceforth, only censored trailers will be screened during movie intervals like in old times. This news is now going viral on the internet.