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Indu Sarkar: Madhur Bhandarkar movie cleared by CBFC revising committee

Indu Sarkar: Madhur Bhandarkar movie cleared by CBFC revising committee
Written by Priyanka sarangi

Indu Sarkar, a movie which brings to us the dark period of Indian Politics has been directed by the versatile director Madhur Bhandarkar. The movie features Neil Nitin Mukesh, Kirti Kulhari, Supriya Vinod, Anupam Kher and Tata Roy Chowdhury where they will be seen playing a pivotal roles. The posters and the trailers being released by the makers of the movie so far has made the public left in shock as the main lead of the movie Neil Nitin Mukesh seems to play a very different role this time in his entire career.

In the movie, Neil Nitin Mukesh portrays the character in a very polished way and has also grabbed a lot of attention due to this reason. The actress Kriti Kulhari is also nowhere behind as she also looks a true patriot in the poster and the trailer being released. Now as the movie is heading towards release, the director of the movie Madhur Bhandarkar says he is happy and relieved as his film “Indu Sarkar” has been cleared by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) revising committee. Bhandarkar on Monday took to Twitter, where he said that the film was cleared with a few cuts.”Thank you CBFC revising committee. ‘Indu Sarkar’ has been cleared with few cuts. Happy and relieved. See you in cinemas this Friday, July 28,” Bhandarkar tweeted.

The film, set against the backdrop of the 1975-77 Emergency, features Neil Nitin Mukesh, Kirti and Kulhari Tota Roy Chaudhary. It also stars Supriya Vinod, Anupam Kher and has characters inspired by the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and her son Sanjay Gandhi. The CBFC had suggested 12 cuts and two disclaimers, including removal of words like RSS and Akali from “Indu Sarkar”.

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Priyanka sarangi

Journalist by profession, music lover by passion. Love to write and edit content on different topics of entertainment beat. Love to travel but only with my favorite people.