Nothing objectionable in Sadda Haq, will write to Board: SGPC
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The SGPC on Monday decided to write to Censor Board of Film Certification to review its decision on putting a blanket ban on the release of the movie, Sadda Haq, while terming that 20 scenes and dialogues in the film as "objectionable".
A SGPC panel, which saw the film on Monday and submitted its report to SGPC president Avtar Singh Makkar. "There was nothing objectionable in the film as per the report. "The film, instead of posing any threat, rather promotes unity and integrity. We would write to Censor Board to review their decision," Makkar said.
Among the content highlighted as "objectionable" by the Censor Board, according to film producer Kuljinder Singh Sidhu, includes dialogue — "Raj Karega Khalsa" and another based on Guru Gobind Singh's famous tenet where he advocates the use of weapons when all peaceful means of redressing a wrong stand fails.
The film, which according to Sidhu is based on "militancy period" in Punjab, had been slated for release on October 26.