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Happy with A certificate for Satyameva Jayate : Nikkhil Advani

Sunday - August 12, 2018 4:58 pm , Category : ENTERTAINMENT
 Happy with A certificate for  Satyameva Jayate : Nikkhil Advani
Happy with A certificate for Satyameva Jayate : Nikkhil Advani
Mumbai Aug 12 (IANS) Producer Nikkhil Advani says the A certificate for Milap Zaveri s anti-corruption film "Satyameva Jayate" is most welcome. The violence the CBFC felt was "extremely relevant".

"The Adults certificate for our film is most welcome. My co-producers T-Series and I are very happy with it. In fact the members of the censor board recommended that we take the ‘A certificate to avoid any cuts. The violence they felt was extremely relevant and not at all gratuitous " said Advani.
However most producers prefer to make the cuts rather than limit their audience with an ‘A certificate.
Not the producers and director of "Satyameva Jayate".
"T-Series and I spoke to our director Milap Zaveri. We wanted an Adults certification because it is not a film for the young or the squeamish. It is a violent and brutal film as it blows the lid off corruption.
"We wanted to make a hard-hitting statement and we wanted to provide a solution to corruption. It may not be everybody s cup of tea. But like I said Satyameva Jayate is not for those who cannot digest violence " said Advani.
He doesn t feel his film is limited by the violence.
"Not at all. In fact I want to thank the CBFC for suggesting we take an ‘A with no cuts. It is very liberating for us to go with an ‘Adults certificate in the theatres. Satyameva Jayate is a film for adults. But the violence is remedial in a society that has sickened."

--IANS skj/nn/sed

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