Indian censor board clears Udta Punjab



Having kicked up quite a storm recently, the dust has finally settled around upcoming film Udta Punjab.


Much to home Anurag Kashyap’s preference, the movie has lastly been eliminated by the Main Panel of Film Documentation after a single choice, reported

“We have eliminated Udta Punjab under A (restricted for mature audience) classification, after 13 reduces,” said CBFC Chair Pahlaj Nihalani. “The CBFC’s job is now over. It is now up to manufacturer to go to judge or tribunal. We will apply the purchase.”

The future film, which facilities around the problem of abusing drugs among the youngsters in Punjab, ran into a warmed fight with the Censor Panel previously due to the film’s questionable material. It required 94 reduces from the movie, such as elimination of the term ‘Punjab’ from the headline, which stimulated rage among the filmmakers. Consequently, Kashyap took the issue to the Great Court.

The Great Court decided the CBFC as being “overly critical” and requested it to reevaluate it’s choice. A legal judge has also requested the filmmakers to remove one possibly unpleasant field from the movie and convenience up on the use of expletives. A legal judge will provide its last judgment nowadays.