‘Dhanak’ director Nagesh Kukunoor has hailed the Bombay excessive court docket order which struck down all but one of the 13 cuts advised through the censor board in “Udta Punjab”.
“i have continually supported certification and not censor. i myself faced the same hassle in ‘Hyderabad Blues’ where the censor had recommended ninety one cuts. and that i needed to cross all the way to the tribunal which became very fair,” Kukonoor informed PTI.
“Like Anurag (Kashyap), I had deliberate to move high courtroom if the problem changed into not resolved at the tribunal,” he stated.
asserting that the film enterprise has got new strength from the judgement of Bombay excessive courtroom, Kukunoor stated, “hope this power maintains.”
The has directed the film, scheduled to be released next Friday, be issued an A certificates for screening straight away.
Kukunoor, whose ‘Dhanak’ will release on the equal day, described his new film as a experience-exact movie about children on a paranormal quest.