Certification sought for 3D version of Padmavati

There has been opposition to Padmavati movie, with some people claiming distortion of historical facts

GN Bureau | December 27, 2017


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The makers of the movie Padmavati have sought certification for its 3D version.

“The application for certification of the film ‘Padmavati’ (Hindi) in its 3D version was submitted to Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) on 28.11.2017,” union minister Smriti Irani informed parliament.

The film is under the process of certification in accordance with the Cinematograph Act 1952, Cinematograph (Certification) Rules, 1983. A time limit of 68 days is prescribed for the certification process. In cases where expert opinion on subjects depicted in the film is required, the additional time limit is decided by the Chairman, CBFC. Such films get certification by the CBFC after observing all formalities under the Act and Rules, said the minister.

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