The Prakash Kovelamudi-directed thriller has been at the receiving end for quite some time with many people calling the title derogatory and insensitive to mentally-challenged persons.
Fearing incitement of religious violence, the CBFC has asked the makers of India's Most Wanted to delete references to holy scripture.
Awarding U/A certificate to De De Pyaar De, the CBFC asked for three visual cuts in the Ajay Devgn-Tabu starrer film including replacing an alcohol bottle with a bouquet of flowers.
"Kabir Singh" is written and directed by Sandeep Vanga and is jointly produced by Cine1 Studios and T-Series.
The CBFC issued a 'Universal' certificate to the film ahead of its release on April 11, the same day when the seven-phase polls begin.
Ashvin Kumar’s new film, No Fathers In Kashmir, released in theatres on April 5.
Sources said there is a strong view in the EC that it should not restrain the release of the biopic and should leave it to the CBFC to take a call on the issue.
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'No Fathers in Kashmir' follows the love story between a local boy and a British Kashmiri.
In the book published by Rupa, Prasoon Joshi says that he shares an old, intimate relationship with thoughts, words and ideas.
As many as 231 Hindi films were refused certificate, followed by 96 in Tamil, 53 in Telugu, 39 in Kannada, 23 in Malayalam and 17 in Punjabi.
Emraan Hashmi-Soumik Sen's film is neatly observed but poorly executed
Alia Bhatt urges CBFC to lift 'ban' mom's film 'No Fathers in Kashmir', board says movie offered certification
The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), however, has denied having imposed a ban on the movie
The film features Hashmi as a conman who ropes in toppers to write entrance exam papers of others in exchange for money.
The title change would lead to dual communication a week before the release, said the film's producers.