Simbu lands in trouble for shooting with Cobra snake

Meera Iyer
Meera Iyer

Simbu made the entire social media talk about his drastic physical transformation. While he is trying hard to paint a new picture, controversies do not leave him. He is not in the midst of a new problem because of a controversial scene in his upcoming film Eeswaran. Directed by Suseenthiran, the film is a commercial entertainer with rural elements.


A few days ago, a video of Simbu catching a Cobra snake by his hand with his co-star Bala Saravanan went viral on social media. Simbu’s ardent fans were appreciative of his efforts. However, this scene did not go down well with animal activists. Many pointed out that the snake looked drugged.

A Chennai-based animal activist has filed a complaint against Simbu and makers of Eeswaran. According to Wildlife Protection Act, snakes are not allowed for filming. If the team is guilty, it’s a violation of Wildlife Protection act. The officials are now investigating the issue.


We had reported that Simbu has allotted 25 days of his schedule. But, he wrapped up his portions in Eeswaran in just 22 days. For the past several years, filmmakers complained that Simbu doesn’t turn up at film shoots on time and delays projects. Simbu has now shut people with his prompt response.

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