The entire street where Ajith Kumar’s house is located at Valmiki Nagar in Thiruvanmiyur was guarded by the police on Friday following an announcement from an outfit supporting stunt master ‘Jaguar’ Thangam that they would lay siege the actor’s residence.
Those passing through the street were allowed only after thorough scrutiny and fans who had thronged in large numbers were asked to vacate the place.
The stunt master earlier in the day said the actor would not be allowed to take part in film shootings anywhere in Tamil Nadu.
He was speaking to reporters on the ‘attack made on his house’. According to him, his house and car were attacked by Ajith fans, who were irked by his comments on the actor for his remarks at the recent felicitation function for the Chief Minister.
“Police have taken a partisan attitude with regard to the complaint I had lodged against the actor. The police had acted with speed after the attack on actor Jayaram's house and charges were booked against film director Seeman and his outfit. Also, when actor Vadivelu lodged a complaint against DMDK president Vijayakanth and his cadres for the attack on his house, police acted swiftly to rounded up party supporters”, said Thangam.
The stunt master pointed out that he would make a formal complaint against Ajith to South Indian Film Artistes Association president Sarath Kumar. “The attack on my house is a cowardly act by actor Ajith and it totally condemnable,” added ‘Jaguar’ Thangam. He also criticised Rajinikanth for lending his support to Ajith.