New Delhi: Bombay High Court on Thursday adjourned the hearing over much-hyped 'Udta Punjab' controversy till Friday. As per news agency ANI, the matter will now be heard in the court tomorrow.
Reportedly, Phantom Films moved the court on Wednesday morning, seeking a copy of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) Revising Committee order suggesting changes to the film set for a June 17 release.
The CBFC is said to have demanded an alteration of the narrative with as many as 89 cuts. The makers were apparently even asked to drop 'Punjab' fro the title, and it was suggested that the film be set in a fictitious setting instead of a particular state.