CHANDIGARH, Punjab—According to a news published by Sikhsiyast.net, producers of “Kaum De Heere” Punjabi movie—Takhar Brothers and Raj Kakra—have submitted their banned movie for review before the revision committee. The ban on it was posed by Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) also known as India Censor Board on January 29.
“Kaum De Heere” is Raj Kakra’s debut movie which is based on the tragic episode of 1984. The story line comprises mainly of the assassination of then Prime Minister Indra Gandhi who ordered the invasion of Sri Harmandir Sahib. The martyrdom of Bhai Beant Singh, Satwant Singh and Kehar Singh is also highlighted within the movie.
The movie was slated to be released on February 28 in India however the CBFC has refused to issue a clearance certificate. An uncertainty now prevails in regards to when and if the movie will ever screen in India. CBFC clearance certificate is necessary for the screening of any movie/film in India.