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India Censor Board Refuses to Clear Toofan Singh Movie for ‘glorifying Khalistan movement’

Makers of Punjabi film Toofan Singh starring Ranjit Bawa said that the Central Board for Film Certification (CBFC), India has yet again been refused clearance to the movie.

Indian Film Censor Board denies clearance to Punjabi movie “Toofan Singh”

According to a written press release by the makers of upcoming Punjab movie, Toofan Singh, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), India has denied clearance certificate to the move.

Udta Punjab: Movie to be released in Pakistan after 100 cuts

Huge cries were raised when 89 cuts were proposed by the Central Board for Film Certification (CBFC) in the controversial movie "Udta Punjab" but now (as per media reports) the Pakistani censor board has suggested 100 cuts in the movie.

Udta Punjab movie controversy: Punjab NGO moves SCI against release of film

A Punjab-based NGO called Human Rights Awareness Association (HRAA), today (June 15) approached the Supreme Court of India taking a plea against the controversial movie ‘Udta Punjab’.

‘Udta Punjab’ Makers Move Bombay HC Against Censor Board

The makers of the controversial movie "Udta Punjab" have moved to the Bombay High Court against denial of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to grant clearance to "Udta Punjab".

Remove Sant Bhindranwale’s clips from movie: Indian Film Censor Board tells makers of “Sant Te Sipahi”

Makers of an upcoming Punjabi movie “Sant Te Sipahi” have maintained that India's Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has asked them to removes 'original video clips' of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.

Punjab government bans controversial Sirsa godman’s MSG movie

As per recent reports, the Punjab government today imposed ban on the screening of controversial Sirsa godman and Dera Sauda Sirsa head Gurmeet Ram Rahim's movie "Messenger of God (MSG)". The ban was imposed by Punjab government amidst speculations that the controversial movie could be could be released on January 18.

Nine Censor Board members resign after chief Leela Samson quits following MSG controversy

Following the resignation of Censor Board (Central Board of Film Certification - CBFC) chief Leela Samson, 9 more members have reportedly quit their posts as well. Quitting members have alleged interference by Information and Broadcasting Ministry of Indian government in the matters related to CBFC.

BJP Govt. gets Messenger of God cleared by CBFC; Censor Board chairperson resigns in protest

High voltage drama unfolded today as Leela Samson, India's Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), also called the Censor Board, resigned from her post yesterday in protest to Indian government's move to 'secure' clearance for controversial movie "Messenger of God".

Ban on Kaum De Heere movie politically motivated, says Producer Satish Katyal

New Delhi, India (August 23, 2014): Much awaited Punjabi movie “Kaum De Heere” was again banned by Indian government on August 21, just a day before it's released in India. The movie was previously banned by Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) on January 29, 2014. The initial date of release of the movie was February 28. But after the Indian authorities decided against the movie, it was released outside India on March 14.

Punjabi movie ’47 To 84 – Ek Peed’ banned by India’s Central Board of Film Certification

Chandigarh/ Punjab (March 07, 2014): It is learnt that India's Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has banned Punjabi movie '47 to 84 – Ek Peed'. The movie is said to be based on sufferings of people who witnessed partition of 1947 and mass massacre of 1984.

Raj Kakra’s movie debut – Kaum De Heere

Ban on Punjabi movie Kaun De Heere – Film producers knock the doors of Revision Committee

Chandigarh, Punjab (February 09, 2014): It is learnt that producers of “Kaum De Heere” Punjabi movie have submitted their movie before the revision committee. It may be recalled that the CBFC had banned the movie on January 29.