CBFC Gives ‘Indu Sarkar’ Green Light , Bhandarkar Relieved


Mumbai: Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar said his film “Indu Sarkar”, which earlier ran into trouble with the censor board, has been cleared by the revising committee with few cuts.

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) had asked the director for 14 cuts in his political drama “Indu Sarkar”, which is set against the backdrop of Emergency, following which he approached the revising committee. Bhandarkar said he is relieved that his film will release this Friday.

Director Madhur Bhandarkar took to Twitter to reveal the news.

The Bombay High Court on Monday dismissed a petition filed by a woman claiming to be the biological daughter of Sanjay Gandhi, seeking a stay on Madhur Bhandarkar’s upcoming film Indu Sarkar.

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“There is no dispute that the descendants of Sanjay Gandhi have not opposed the movie. The petitioner’s claim of probable relation with Sanjay Gandhi is itself questionable,” Justice Mohta said.

The film will release on 28th July.