The award-winning female oriented movie ‘Lipstick under My Burkha’ is eventually ready to be released in India under the condition of voluntary edits with some scene.
The Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) said in a statement, “There cannot be any embargo on a film being women-oriented or containing sexual fantasies and expression of the inner desires of women”.
After a long delay and facing a series of problems the ‘lady oriented’ is finally ready to hit the box-office with its female-oriented story.
Film’s producer Prakash Jha told the media at a Press Conference on Wednesday, “I am very happy for the film, after our battle with censorship, Lipstick Under My Burkha cleared with A certificate and will be released soon”.
While the most controversial movie of the year starring Konkona Sen Sharma and Ratna Pathak Shah depicts the life of four women of different ages in a small town of India while searching for freedom for themselves.
On the other hand, on the film’s release date Shrivastava said the announcement for the movie release will be done in next 10-12 days.
However, the controversial movie won the Spirit of Asia Award at 2016’s Tokyo Film Festival which was also followed by Oxfam Awards for gender equality at Mumbai Film Festival. It also won the heart of people with grabbing the Glasgow Film Festival award.