March 15, 2015 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Chandigarh: Producers of Patta Patta Singhan Da Vairi – an upcoming Punjabi movie banned in India, have announced to release their movie outside India on April 17.
One of the producers, Sandeep Singh of Fateh Sports Club, told Sikh Siyasat News that the movie was sent for CBFC clearance on February 02, 2015. He said that the movie was banned by CBFC on March 03, 2015.
“We have decided to release the movie outside India on April 17” said Sandeep Singh.
Reasons for grant of “Refused” Certificate to the film:
The CBFC has given following reasons for refusing clearance certificate to the movie-
“Attack on Gurdwar, killing innocent people not in good taste, torture on women, brutality and beating of innocents in Police station and abusive words for women and the movie fails to convey any message to society.”
Producers appeal against CBFC refusal:
Sandeep Singh said that an appeal is already moved before the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) against CBFC decision to install ban on the movie.
About “Patta Patta Singhan Da Vairi”:
Punjabi lyricist turned singer- cum- actor Raj Kakra is on the lead in Patta Patta Singhan Da Vairi. The movie is said to be based on some events of “Sikh militant movement” of mid-1980s to early 1990s period.
Raj Kakra’s first movie “Qaum De Heere” was also banned in India.
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