If they failed to prove it, the producer and Vijay should give them Rs one crore for giving wrong information to the public through their film without any basis, the students said in a petition submitted to the police today.
A dialogue in the film says medical care is free in Singapore, which was incorrect, they said.
By giving false information, the film was inciting the people against the Government, they said.
Stating that the film also wanted to construct hospitals in the places of temples, thus speaking ill against Hindu places of worship, the students said that the actor denigrated the sanctity of the shrines by entering with footwear.
Meanwhile, Hindu Makkal Katchi president, Arjun Sampath also took serious objection to the way the film has projected digital India and GST.
The BJP had protested against the film over dialogues allegedly flaying the GST.
Tamil Nadu BJP leaders, including state unit chief Tamilisai Soundararajan and national secretary H Raja, have strongly opposed references to the GST in the just-released Tamil movie and claimed dialogues in it were "highly inappropriate.