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Shabana Azmi seems to refute Kangana Ranaut’s claim that “no one asked for Laal Singh Chaddha ban.”

People are reminded about Laal Singh Chaddha's appeal for a ban by Shabana Azmi. Kangana Ranaut's response was followed by her tweet.

Shabana-Azmi and-Kangana-RanautLaal Singh Chaddha’s ban request is discussed by Shabana Azmi in a tweet.

Veteran actor Shabana Azmi recently took to her Twitter account to respond to claims that there was no demand for a ban on the Aamir Khan-starrer Laal Singh Chaddha. Azmi cited a PIL that sought a ban on the film as evidence to the contrary. Her tweet was a response to actor Kangana Ranaut, who had said that no one was asking for a ban on the movie.

Azmi Defends Central Board of Film Certification

Azmi had initially tweeted about the controversy surrounding the film The Kerala Story and questioned those who were demanding a ban on it. She then compared it to Laal Singh Chaddha and said that once a film has been certified by the Central Board of Film Certification, no one has the right to demand a ban.

Kangana Ranaut had shown support for Azmi’s stance on The Kerala Story but disagreed on the issue of Laal Singh Chaddha. She had said that people didn’t want to see the movie for various reasons but weren’t asking for a ban.

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Kerala Story Producers Include Disclaimer

The Kerala Story had been in controversy even before its release for its claims of being based on a dangerous conspiracy against India. The film had alleged that several young girls from Kerala were made to join the terror outfit ISIS. However, the producers had included a disclaimer with the movie stating that it was fictionalised and a dramatised version of events. The Kerala High Court had also noted this in a recent ruling. The film has been banned in West Bengal by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to prevent violence and hatred in the state.

Laal Singh Chaddha Fails to Impress Audience

Laal Singh Chaddha was an adaptation of the 1994 American film Forrest Gump, starring Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor. However, the film did not perform as well as expected at the box office. The lack of enthusiasm for the movie was partly due to the fact that it was a remake of a popular Hollywood classic that most people had already seen.

Shabana Azmi’s tweet serves as a reminder that even certified films can face calls for a ban from certain groups or individuals. However, the Central Board of Film Certification plays a vital role in ensuring that films are suitable for public consumption. As for Laal Singh Chaddha, it remains to be seen if it will gain a cult following like its source material, Forrest Gump.

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