His tweet came out in context with a documentary on Amartya Sen, which was refused green signal by the censor board over the use of words "cow", "Gujarat", "Hindu India" and "Hindutva", used by Sen in the film.
After three hours of viewing, officials asked him to delete the terms "cow" - an animal considered sacred for Hindus - "Hindu India" and "Gujarat".
Philippines to check FETÖ presence
That will be a huge mischaracterization; that is wrong...just a façade. In a news statement, Presidential Spokesman Ernesto C.
Ghosh wrote that he chose to share the trailer as he was not allowed to release the film.
Mr Suman Ghosh, a national award-winning director, said he screened his film The Argumentative Indian - adapted from Mr Sen's book of the same title - for censors in Kolkata, India, on Tuesday. We had prepared a trailer for the release. "The Tagore poem is recited by Victor Banerjee".
"And I am indebted to the countrywide support from the people and media", his post said. Wonder where is all this going. Nihalani told the newspaper that Ghosh should not have uploaded the uncensored trailer online as the Cinematograph Act states that certification is required for public exhibition. "It is not against the law", Ghosh added when contacted by PTI.
- Turkey sacks 7400 civil servants on anniversary of coup
- 'Tubelight' debacle: Kabir Khan DISAPPOINTED with Salman-starrer's box office collection
- Pour la première de Bielsa, Lille s'impose
- Rice Midstream Partners (NYSE:RMP) Receiving Somewhat Favorable Press Coverage, Study Finds
- Photographer Broke Due to Copyright Lawsuit by Monkey
- Macron, Hollande et Sarkozy ensemble à Nice pour l'hommage aux victimes
- What Analysts Think of Seaworld Entertainment Inc Co (SEAS)?
- CNN: Video shows Pres. Trump with associates tied to Russia controversy
- Five things you need to know about Queen Letizia of Spain
- Punk Supergroup Armstrongs Share New Single 'If There Was Ever A Time'