Director Hari is known for helming cop films that have celebrated police authorities. Up until now, he has made five cop movies and today (June 28), he uncovered that he feels frustrated to have made movies that exhibited police severity in a decent light.
The Sathankulam custodial passings of Jayaraj and Beniks went about as a tipping point for individuals to speak more loudly against police fierceness. Numerous famous people have been taking to web based life to censure the barbaric conduct.
On June 28, executive Hari discharged an announcement with respect to the Sathankulam occurrence and communicated his failure of praising them in his movies.
He expressed, "The Sathankulam episode ought to never transpire else in Tamil Nadu. The individuals who perpetrated the wrongdoing ought to be given the most noteworthy sentence. This episode has brought disrespect upon the police power. I feel dismal to have distraught five cop films praising the police."
Chief Hari snatched the spotlight when Vikram's Saamy (2003) turned into a blockbuster hit. Aside from Saamy, he likewise rose to popularity with his Singam arrangement featuring Suriya.
Saamy, Saamy Square, Singam, Singam 2 and Singam 3 are the five cop films that Hari had helmed in his vocation.
Suriya's Singam was additionally changed in a few dialects. The film, which discharged in 2010, was changed in Kannada, Hindi, Bengali and Punjabi. Ajay Devgn repeated Suriya's job in the Hindi variant of Singam.