Doing others that you would make them do with you is a phrase that former chairman Pahlaj Nihalani, CBFC, will identify with. In an irony of fortunes, Nihalani moved on Monday to the Mumbai High Court to challenge the board's show due to the fact that he proposed about 20 cuts to his soon released film "Rangeela Raja& # 39 ;. Under his mission as head of the board, Nihalani had built a reputation for demanding several cuts to several films, especially "Udta Punjab"which was asked for 89 changes in various questions.
Nihalani's latest – as he both produces and controls – stars Govinda in a prominent role. The remark that Nihalani left, through lawyer Ashok Sarogi, seeks guidance from the board to cancel and cancel its notice and let the film be released without the proposed cuts. Some of the suggested cuts include removing lines like "Main to H Ram Nahin prohibit saka ..Aapse Aasha rakhta tha ke Sita banoge…woh BHI Nahin hua, "(I could not be Ram, but hoped you would be Sita. It did not happen) and"Arjun ki Tarah Raat cow Kyun THESES Chala rahe ho"(Like Arjun, why are you shooting arrows at night?)
Defended his film, he said that the guidelines dictate that a message may be challenged before the Audit Committee, the court or the court. "I have decided to challenge the court as it was for the film Udta Punjab. "He added that it was not a" vulgar "movie and the board has given certification to other films" far more vulgar and obscene ".
The Director's Dilemma
Suggested cuts include removing: "The capital Ram nahin ban saka..Aapse aasha rakhta tha ke Sita banoge … woh bhi nahin hua, "And"Arjun ki tarah rako ko kyun tee chala rahe ho ".