The four-day Centenary Celebrations of Indian Cinema has successfully come to an end on Tuesday (September 24). The closing ceremony was attended by some of the big names of South films along with President Of India, Pranab Mukherjee and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. As in every function, now, the drawbacks of the event have come under scanner.
The first among them is that there are murmurs on stars being treated badly by the organisers. There are reports that Illayathalapathy Vijay was not treated well and was insulted at the Centenary Celebrations of Indian Cinema.
Prior to the event, there were doubts on the Velayudham star making it to the event. It was because the actor was not happy with the industry men and the state government because nobody stood by him when his movie Thalaivaa faced release problems.
It is now reported that Vijay was invited to the function at the last minute. The actor was not willing to attend the function, but half-heartedly he graced the Centenary Celebrations of Indian Cinema. To add salt to the injury, the Illayathalapathy was given the seat in the last row. While actors of his age were seated in the front rows, he was given the seat in the end.