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In a recent turn of events, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's highly anticipated epic drama was certified by the BBFC without a single cut.
The period drama, starring Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, and Shahid Kapoor has been facing protests from various groups, for allegedly tampering with historical facts.
In a video on Instagram, AR Rahman thanked CBFC chief Prasoon Joshi for making Mersal’s certification process easy.
The Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh governments have said that they would not allow the movie's release, till certain controversial portions in the film were removed.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to interfere in the matter regarding the release of upcoming film 'Padmavati.'
The film has been mired in controversy over conjectures that it 'distorts history' regarding Rajput queen Padmavati.
In the letter, she also requested that the Central Board of Film Certification should consider all possible outcomes and effects before certifying the film.
A PIL sought the setting up of an expert committee of historians and social activists prior to the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's period drama film 'Padmavati'.
In a letter to censor board chairman Prasoon Joshi, Sharma also said that it needs to seen that the movie does not affect the dignity of women.
The former chief of Central Board of Film Certification dubbed renowned director Sanjay Leela Bhansali as "a sensible" person.
A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said there were enough guidelines to be followed by the censor board to grant certification of a film.
Ik Onkar has been banned for release in India for 'provoking communal disharmony.'
Director Sunil Singh is happy that his film "Game of Ayodhya", based on the Babri Masjid demolition, will release on November 24.
According to the CBFC guidelines, a film has to be submitted 68 days before its release for certification.
Joshi said that CBFC should not be unfairly targetted for political careers or commercial mileage, adding that the delay was being ‘unnecessarily sensationalised.’