Murali is a Sri Lankan period. If any politician in India has a problem with him playing for Sri Lanka and aligning with Rajapakshe’s goverment, then that’s their problem. I don’t think Indian politicians should involve themselves in internal Srilankan politics or human rights matters. Indians are up in arms when Ilhan Omar injects herself in Kashmir. The same holds good for internal Sri Lankan politics. Systemic racism is not a problem just in South Asia. When a group of people are cast aside as outsiders, not given opportunity, not given rights as citizens based on their skin color, place of origin, language or religion, then subsequent generations suffer(long after they are given these rights). I think considering all facts the Rajapakshe government is trying to integrate these next gen Tamils into the main stream. Murali is a person who can be the voice of these people. He is hopefully going to help them assimilate. They are third generation in Sri Lanka but hopefully we will see this change by the next gen. It won’t happen overnight. And yes, the SL government in the past has made mistakes. TN politicians raising a ruckus and associating with LTTE etc won’t help anyone in SL. The change has to happen from within and I’m hopeful about the new government in SL. I didn’t know about Murali’s biopic but who better to play the role than Vijay Sethupathy? I’m looking forward to watching it.