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EXCLUSIVE: Madhur Bhandarkar won’t show ‘Indu Sarkar’ to Congress before release

The trailer of Madhur Bhandarkar’s ‘Indu Sarkar’ is out, and though it has not named anybody specifically, from the fact that it is based on the period of Emergency during the period 1975-77, and the stark resemblance of characters to members of then ruling party Congress, it is kicking hornet’s nest. Recently, a member of Congress had issued a letter requesting CBFC to have a screening for the party, so that they can make sure that their party’s legends, Late Indira Gandhi and others, are not shown in bad light.

However, in an exclusive conversation with us, when asked whether the movie will unmask another part of system, director Madhur Bhandarkar opened up on Congress’ demand, and flatly refused to bow down. (Also Read: New track ‘Yeh Awaz Hai’ from ‘Indu Sarkar’ is out now)

Bhandarkar, the director of the movie, said, “I won’t show the film to Congress before release. The Indian government has an authorised a body called CBFC for that. That way, everyone would want to watch the film and everyone would say I didn’t like that, I didn’t like this. Would you say the same thing to an author who writes a book on Emergency? Or a blogger who writes a blog on Emergency? No. But you are telling me. That’s wrong.”

Well, that clears his stance on the matter. Let’s wait and see what the political party has to say about the same.

The movie stars Kirti Kulhari, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Tota Roy Choudhury, Anupam Kher and others. It will be hitting the screens on July 21.


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