CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) cleared Tiger Shroff’s newly releasing Bollywood movie ‘A Flying Jatt’ with no cuts. Authorities have indicated green signal to the release of this film with no expunges in it. Sources revealed that the filmmakers are gratified to see these movie getting nod from the constitutional body for its release.
Few months back, objections were raised over the super hero’s costume which the ‘Heropanti’ debutant is wearing in this cinema. But the matter didn’t become a major issue as it got closed with the no much furore for it. Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) didn’t find it objectionable as there are no provocative scenes in the film.
Pankaj Nihalani, CBFC chief mentioned in his conversation with media reporters, “We haven’t found anything objectionable in the movie. It is quite good and is ready to bang the screens on its slated date of release. Some organizations had raised their voice for the clearance of one scene. They talked to the producer and got the objectionable scene cleared.”
SGPC had wanted some scene which they found hurtful to Sikh sentiments cleared from the celluloid and had notified legally to the producers regarding it. CBFC confirmed that producers took it seriously and made the respective changes in the scenes. Along with the ‘Baaghi’ actor, Jacqueline Fernandez and professional wrestler Nathan Jones cinema is scheduled to release on 25th August 2016.