Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Lamhaa premiere is banned in the Middle East

After Kashmir, the Middle East banned the premiere of Lamhaa. Earlier, Indian Censor board rejected the promos of Lamhaa. The director, Rahul Dholaka, then approached the revising committee that demanded to make several changes in the dialogue and delete some sequences.

About the Middle East Ban, Sanjay Dutt Tweeted, “First the premiere of Lamhaa was not allowed in Kashmir.. Now the middle east puts a ban on the release of the film in their countries,”

When Madhur Bhandarkar came to know about the matter he protested against the ban. He tweeted, “Banning a film is nothing but a Cultural Terrorism....very upset about ban on LAMHA iN GULF COUNTRIES...I CONDEMN IT STRONGLY AND SUPPORT MAKERS WHOLE HEARTEDLY!!!!”

Lamhaa is a political thriller revolving around Kashmir. The director tried to show the real condition of Kashmir. From a long time, Kashmir remained a highly sensitive political issue for India. It is unfortunate that when Rahul Dholakia is about to release his movie, political unrest in Kashmir started again.

Lamhaa stars Bipasha Basu, Anupam Kher, Kunal Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt. Something serious is going to happen in Kashmir and M.I.officer, Vikram (Sanjay Dutt), is sent over there to investigate about the matter. Vikram befriends with Aziza (Bipasha Basu) and together they investigate a bomb blast case. Then there is Aatif, a former militant, who is now a youth leader. Lamhaa shows how the political incident changes the lives of these people. The movie is slated to release on July 16, 2010.

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