Censor board has analyzed Salman Khan starring ‘Sultan’ and declared it fit for release with no cuts. Crew members were expecting the same announcement from the authorities. Dabbang actor led upcoming moie is slated to arrive in the theaters on the behalf of holy Ramadan Eid.

CBFC hasn’t taken objection on any scene in the celluloid as it is completely based on the real life story of a wrestler. There’re no adult shots in the cinema which the authorities always term illegal and unconstitutional. Sallu Bhai is excited to see the success of this fresh concept.

No cuts in 'Sultan', ready to bang theaters on Eid
No cuts in ‘Sultan’, ready to bang theaters on Eid

Few days back, censor board had hindered the releasing of ‘Udta Punjab’ claiming it an objectionable movie. According to the officials in the board, the film had 89 such scenes in which rubbish language was used by the starrers and in some shots sentiments of people residing in a particular region were hurt.

Airing of this film got delayed with the controversy erupted with these allegations and the star cast along with filmmakers had to run to the Mumbai High Court for the justice. HC then annunciated that they would let the public decide whether the film was objectionable or not.

‘Sultan’ hasn’t suffered from these halts as it is presenting an inspiring tale of a hard working muscular man who tries his luck in the field of ground fights and wrestling. Romantic twists too emerge in the cinema making it more interesting for the spectators.

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