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Tamil actor Vijay’s movie ‘Sarkar’ popularises Section 49P

Google searches for a little-known election rule peaked in India after AR Murugadoss’s Deepavali movie, Sarkar. Movie-goers began to Google Section 49P of the election rules in India after a scene in Sarkar showed Vijay’s character Sundar Ramasamy using the law to cast his vote.

Sundar, who is an NRI and CEO of a top American company, comes to his home country to cast his vote for the state elections only to find out that someone else has cast his vote under his name.

Sundar moves court under Section 49P of the election rules, which then sets the premise for the movie as Sundar ends up locking horns with three-time Chief Minister Masilamani (Pala Karuppiah).

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