The discharge date of Soha Ali Khan and Vir Das' forthcoming film 31st October has apparently been pushed ahead by two weeks taking after Public-Interest Litigation (PIL) against the film that is set against the setting of death of previous Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
After struggling with the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) for more than four months, writer producer Harry Sachdeva was set to discharge 31st October on October 7. In any case, the undertaking has hit a barricade again after a PIL requesting a prohibition on its discharge was recorded in a Delhi court a week ago. The matter will come up for hearing on Thursday.
The film, helmed by National Award-Winning executive Shivaji Lotan Patil, is currently prone to discharge on October 21.
"It's been an intense trip as far back as I began taking a shot at this subject however we didn't surrender. From the blue pencil to now getting dangers, I am sure that we will make this film go to the wide screen, and individuals who don't need this subject to turn out can't stop the world to know the truth of 1984," Harry said in an announcement in Mumbai.