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Indu Sarkar-Congress Controversy Heats Up! Madhur Cancels Press Conference

Indu Sarkar-Congress Controversy Heats Up! Madhur Cancels Press Conference

Pahlaj Nihalani on Congress demanding ban on Indu Sarkar, "It is not in my hands to ban a film just because people want us to ban it".

Taking to Twitter, the director tweeted to Rahul Gandhi, asking him and his party to stop interfering in the press conferences of his upcoming film. "Can I have my freedom of expression?"

Indu Sarkar is due to be released on July 28. Congress workers had entered a hotel in Pune on Saturday, forcing Mr. Bhandarkar to cancel the event.

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Earlier, Bhandarkar had censured the controversy surrounding his upcoming directorial venture and had asserted that the movie is not a documentary, but a work of fiction. "I don't know, but it has become like a process where every film needs to go through and I think you should watch the film with reference to the context". "I can not understand why they are scared of one movie", he added. Speaking to reporters at the airport, Bhandarkar said he was going to appeal against certain cuts suggested by the Censor board. My film is an emotional journey. Set against the backdrop of 1975-77 Emergency, the film's characters are inspired by late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and her son Sanjay Gandhi. Before he could leave for the event, around 50 Congress workers led by city-president Vikas Thakre gathered in front of the hotel. The Congress party members feel that the film shows the Gandhi family in poor light.

"The trailer of the film claims it is a film on Crisis and hence, we can see the likes of our beloved leaders like Indira Gandhi ji, Sanjay Gandhi ji and other senior leaders of the India Countrywide Congress".

Patil expressed the Congress' apprehension that the motion picture may well have distorted the historical specifics which may well harm the sentiments of the Congressmen and the general public at huge and so the motion picture will have to be exhibited to the Congress initial and then be released.