After the decent High Court’s memorable judgment turning around the cuts in Abhishek Choubey’s Udta Punjab that were requested by the Censor Board Of Film Certification, another judgment switching the CBFC’s Revising Committee’s cuts for Indra Kumar’s sex comic drama Great Grand Masti at the end of the day demonstrates the developing repetition of the CBFC.
In another benchmark choice the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (a.k.a The Tribunal) upturned all the cuts requested by the CBFC.
Says an all around educated source, “The Examining Committee (EC) had discovered numerous scenes and discoursed in Great Grand Masti profoundly disgusting and questionable. As opposed to go to the Revising Committee (RC), the producers of Great Grand Masti went straight to the Tribunal engaging for a reclamation of the cuts. The Tribunal requested that be demonstrated three late sex comedies Mastizaade, Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 and Grand Masti. In light of the substance that was permitted in these three sex comedies the Tribunal reestablished the greater part of the cuts in Great Grand Masti and passed the film with a “Grown-ups” endorsement….
Exceptionally enough, the Tribunal asked the makers of Great Grand Masti to make voluntary cuts.
All the cuts ordered by the EC were restored. After this the Tribunal asked the makers of Great Grand Masti to make their own cuts.
Says a source, “The makers were given the prerogative to take voluntary cuts. They made 6-7 token cuts and came back to the Tribunal who passed the film without further ado. After the honourable High Court’s verdict on the cuts in Udta Punjab and the Tribunal’s ‘voluntary cuts’ for Great Grand Masti, the CBFC has been reduced to a mere rubberstamp….
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