Amitabh Bachchan's upcoming film Pink has at long last been cleared by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) with a U/An authentication however not before getting four cuts for utilizing oppressive dialect towards ladies.
The Censor Board allowed the film to convey scenes where ladies are being subjected to viciousness and just issued verbal cuts.
Shoojit Sircar said "We as of now have the trailer (U/An authentication). I think they (CBFC) will be happy to present this film to the nation. The trailer is U/An endorsement and that is the thing that we need to go (for the film)."
Further he said, "They (board) have constantly comprehended the aim behind the movies that we make. We have positive feeling about the Censor Board. They have ensured my four movies and have treated them pleasantly. I have confidence in them."
CBFC Chairman Pahlaj Nihlani said to DNA, "Akira and Pink are dim effective movies with hard-hitting content. Typically, they would be allowed "Grown-up" endorsements. Be that as it may, we've given them "UA" endorsements since we at the CBFC feel pre-grown-up crowds, kids youngsters and teenagers, need to realize what perils anticipates them outside their homes."
Additionally featuring Taapsee Pannu as the female lead, Pink is a court drama–thriller, which rotates around three young ladies who are caught in a criminal case. They are attempted in the court for an endeavor to murder case and slandering a few men.
The film additionally demonstrate that the three young ladies were perhaps sexually struck by the men who are presently being held as the casualties.
"Pink doesn't have any extraordinary or thing number or tune and move. It is simply character and substance driven. We are presenting an artist from Pakistan. There are such a large number of characters in the film that we would need to talk and advance," he said.
Coordinated by National Award-champ Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, the film will hit screens on 16 September.