Mumbai, October 19 (CINEWS): On-screen character turned-maker Neetu Chandra’s up and coming venture, ‘Some time ago in Bihar’, is having an extreme time securing accreditation. The socio-political dramatization, composed and coordinated by the on-screen character’s sibling Nitin Chandra, spins around the 2008 assaults on transients from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in Mumbai.
However, the Censor Board needs references to Maharashtra Navnirman Sena boss Raj Thackeray and previous Bihar boss priest Rabri Devi to be erased. It has likewise requested that the producers quiet cuss words and dialogs that clearly extend government officials in poor light. A week ago, Nitin had met Censor Board boss Pahlaj Nihalani, however, was asked to either send the film to the overhauling panel or take the proposals to acquire confirmation. Says Neetu, “I am astonished that the Censor Board had no protest to a film like “Kaminey” where the title is a swearword, however, the utilization of “sale” in our film. How would we demonstrate the political situation on the off chance that we don’t utilize names of Raj Thackeray and Rabri Devi? The film depends on genuine occurrences. I feel the blue pencil people ought to reexamine the film and assist us with having an effect on society.” Nitin says the two scenes that the Board is protesting incorporates a newsreader citing Thackeray after the assaults and the other is an implication to Rabri Devi’s education level. “I don’t comprehend the rationale behind erasing what political pioneers had said around then since everyone of that was accounted for and broadly talked about,” he includes.