'Udta Punjab' row: Bombay High Court adjourns matter till tomorrow
The CBFC is said to have demanded an alteration of the narrative with as many as 89 cuts.
New Delhi: Controversy surrounding the content of upcoming film 'Udta Punjab' has now reached legal doorsteps.
After the filmmakers approached Bombay High Court against the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), it has now been reported that the court has adjourned the matter till tomorrow.
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' from the title, and it was suggested that the film be set in a fictitious backdrop instead of a particular state.
Furious over CBFC's suggestions, many from the film fraternity are extending support to the makers of the film.