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No Fathers in Kashmir: After eight-month-long CBFC tussle, Ashvin Kumar's movie to launch on 5 April

After an eight-month-long battle, Oscar-nominated director Ashvin Kumar’s No Fathers in Kashmir will lastly launch on 5 April in India....

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No Fathers in Kashmir: After eight-month-long CBFC tussle, Ashvin Kumar's film to release on 5 April

After an eight-month-long battle, Oscar-nominated director Ashvin Kumar’s No Fathers in Kashmir will lastly launch on 5 April in India. The makers additionally launched a brand new poster from the movie, which options the image of two grinning youngsters on the shattered display of a cell phone. The movie was just lately granted an U/A certificate by the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT).

Speaking concerning the launch and poster launch, director Ashvin Kumar mentioned, “It is a film made for young people all over India to connect with young people all over Kashmir, about the euphoria and hopefulness of being young – an A certificate would keep both these audiences away from each other. Now I am confident kids will come out with their hearts beating for Kashmir.”

The tussle between the makers and of No Fathers in Kashmir and the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) started in July 2018.  The board handed the movie with an Adults (A) certificates in October. The determination was challenged by the makers as they felt it wanted to achieve a wider viewers. They moved to FCAT in November, and filed an enchantment with the tribunal. Following the enchantment, two hearings occurred in December and January.

The movie was six screenings and 7 hearings in a span of eight months.

Kumar has beforehand helmed brief movie Little Terrorist and has gained two National Awards for his movies on Kashmir— Inshallah Football and Inshallah Kashmir. No Fathers in Kashmir is the third a part of his Kashmir trilogy. Besides writing and directing the movie, Kumar additionally performs a pivotal half within the movie. The forged additionally contains Soni Razdan, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Anshuman Jha and Maya Sarao.

No Fathers in Kashmir traces a teenage British Kashmiri, Noor, who visits the valley in quest of her father, the place she meets Majid. The boy takes her to a forbidden space close to the Indo-Pak border fraught with hazard.

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