Censorship issues for Hooda’s ‘Swatantrya Veer Savarkar’ before release?

If the Marathi version is delayed, it will result in a big loss of revenue. Unfortunately, the film has already missed out on the advantage of advance booking due to the delay.

| Updated: 21 March, 2024 6:12 pm IST
Randeep Hooda as Veer Savarkar

NEW DELHI: Randeep Hooda’s first movie as a director, ‘Swatantrya Veer Savarkar’, on Thursday faced a last-minute issue with getting its censorship certificate, just a day before its release.  The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has not yet cleared the Marathi version of the film, and the Hindi version’s clearance is still in progress.

However, when The New Indian team contacted CBFC, they stated that the Hindi version had been approved, and that they were working on clearing the Marathi version by the evening. If the Marathi version is delayed, it will result in a big loss of revenue. Unfortunately, the film has already missed out on the advantage of advance booking due to the delay.

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A day before the release of “Swatantra Veer Savarkar”, here’s what Randeep Hooda said in an interview with The New Indian :-

‘Swatantrya Veer Savarkar’ explores India’s freedom movement, focusing on Vinayak Damodar Savarkar’s important role. Randeep Hooda went through a significant weight loss and faced some scary moments while making the movie. It also features Ankita Lokhande and Amit Sial in key roles.

Ankita Lokhande shared that she did a lot of research for her role as Yamuna Bai in the movie. The movie is scheduled for release on March 22, 2024. Veer Savarkar was an Indian independence activist, poet, writer, and politician. He played a significant role in the Indian independence movement against British rule.

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Savarkar advocated for complete independence from British rule and coined the term “Hindutva” to represent the cultural and national identity of India. He faced imprisonment for his revolutionary activities and spent several years in British jails, where he wrote extensively. Savarkar’s ideas and writings continue to influence Indian politics and society.

 

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