Censor Board Asks To Delete These Things From Udta Punjab!

CRB Tech reviews identifies the bizarre things from Udta Punjab, which have been asked to remove by the CBFC.

The rundown of cuts that the CBFC has requested to make in the Shahid Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor starer film Udta Punjab, is printed in the Bombay Times and you will be entirely stunned to peruse it. Furthermore, recollect that, this film is as of now implied for adult viewers.

Censor Board Asks To Delete These Things From Udta Punjab!

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) which is in a perfect world, expected to certify movies, has made it a practice to slash out parts of different films which they discover to be unsatisfactory for the viewers to watch. The most recent casualty of their ethical policing is the film, Udta Punjab. Anurag Kashyap, the maker of the film, has communicated his dissent in clear cut words against the fascism that keeps running in the CBFC, because of its head, Pahlaj Nihalani. After the question and answer session held by The Indian Film and Television Directors' Association, movie producers have straightforwardly requested that Nihalani be expelled from the top of the job position.

Let's take a look at some of the things which the certification board has asked to delete from this Alia Bhatt starer hard hitting realistic film.

1. The rundown requests erasure of all the city names and the state name, Punjab, from wherever it comes in the film.

This incorporates Jalandhar, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Moga and all other city names from the film. Is the CBFC attempting to demonstrate that none of the urban areas said in the film are confronting the drug issue?

2. The bad words were their most clear targets and are to be expelled from all over the place in the film. Does the CBFC feel that the viewers are a little child?

3. The CBFC has likewise requested that expel every one of the shots where drug consumption is being shown.

All things considered, if that is the situation, are producers simply expected to show content composed on the screen since in what capacity would you be able to make a film about the drug issue, without really demonstrating the issue?

4. Indeed, even words like 'Election', 'MP', "MLA" and "Parliament" are to be expelled from the film.

Furthermore, Pahlaj Nihalani says that he's confronting no political pressure!

In all honesty, this rundown is the most strange thing to happen to a film which talks on an issue that torments the whole nation at this moment. We do not remember any Shahid Kapoor movies till now, that have been involved in such a fix.

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