Pahlaj Nihalani, the current Chairman of Central Board of Film Certification in India, who after finding faults with many recent Bollywood films, is praising Tiger Shroff starrer A Flying Jatt to the skies.
“There were many places when I felt like clapping, I think children will clap too,” the President of the Association of Pictures and TV Programme Producers for 29 years until he resigned in 2009, said about the film.
This is the same man who was scared when he watched Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book and gave the film a U/A rating.
“Please don’t go by the reputation of the book. See the film and then decide on the suitability of the content for kids. The 3D effects are so scary that the animals seem to jump right at the audience,” he had said then.
Nihalani found faults with Udta Punjab, Spectre, Aligarh and many other films. – CINEWS