The actor has revealed that the members of the board were moved by his performance in Deiva Thirumagal. They were happy with the film and sent a flower bouquet to congratulate him for his amazing role of a dim-witted man. The Regional Censor Board has also granted clean 'U' certificate for the film.
Talking about the film, Vikram clarifies that Deiva Thirumagal has been misread as an art film. The movie has all the essential ingredients of a commercial cinema like humour, sentiment, music, romance, cinematography etc. The story has been presented in a realistic way.
Meanwhile, UTV Motion Pictures has bagged the theatrical rights of upcoming Tamil movie Deiva Thirumagal, which is releasing this Friday(July15). It will distribute the film all across India.