The horror flick of the season, IT, might not release in Indian Theatres!
Due to many cuts and beeps by CBFC, makers of IT have decided to fight for Tribunal & fight against the cuts!
It is not first time that creative differences in directors and film makers with Central Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) were out in the open. Usually, CBFC gets away with passing a film with brutal cuts in the scenes, which are meant to add substance but the audience do not see it in the film as CBFC chops it out. In the recent time, when audiences were intrigued and anticipated for the Indian release of IT on September 8, CBFC with its new chief in charge Prasoon Joshi, managed to ruin the party, as now CBFC have suggested cuts and beeps on some of the abusive words in the script and makers and Indian distributors are not so happy with it.
Usually, film makers tolerate such creative injustice but if the rift for the film is releasing without any cuts isn’t settle, producers Warner Brothers and director Andres Muschietti either fight for the scenes and words to remain in the film or might cancel the released of the film as scheduled! As stated from the Warner Brothers Headquarter in LA, “We will have to go to the Tribunal to fight against the cuts because we’ve already informed the director and our LA office that the film has been passed without cuts. Now, we have no choice, but to fight it out”
About IT, which is a horror film based on the Stephen King’s novel of the same name and already being touted as the most bone-chilling and creepy horror film of the season. Fans across the word as the modern adaptation of demonic sadistic, wisecracking clown called Pennywise, who happen to have inter-dimensional predatory shape-shifting ability to transform itself into its prey's worst fears, allowing it to exploit the phobias of its victims were returning to the big screens. And now, as the film is put on hold up until the clashes resolved, BolllywoodMDB will keep you updated on the suspense for the Indian release of IT.