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Maha Muslim committee writes to CBFC for censoring controversial film 'Ram Janmabhoomi',

Maha Muslim committee writes to CBFC for censoring controversial film 'Ram Janmabhoomi'

In regards to the upcoming film titled 'Ram Janmabhoomi', the Maharashtra Muslim Awami Committee(MMAC) on Friday wrote a letter to the Central Board of Film Certification(CBFC) and marked its copies to the Union Information Broadcasting Minister Rajwardhan Rathore, State chief Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis.

MMAC President Ilyas Kirmani issued a copy of the said letter to the media.The letter has been addressed to Advocate Sayed Sikandar Ali,a CBFC member. MMAC in the letter has requested the CBFC to censor the the film 'Ram Janmabhoomi' which espouses on the decadal contentious issue of 1992 demolition of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya.It further stated that since the issue of Ram Temple is in court of law,its presentation in the public fora should be strictly prohibited.

The letter further stated that the film in question,whose trailer has been launched on November 19 also revolves around the sensitive issues of triple talaq and nikah halala along with depiction of violent scenes between specific communities and exchange of abusive language which may amount to law and order situation.

Alleging the writer and producer of the film to be a controversial figure,the MMAC said,"In favour of our nation's integrity,we request CBFC to censor the cited film before releasing it."Shia Waqf Board Chairman Syed Waseem Rizvi has written and produced the film 'Ram Janmabhoomi',which is expected to release by December end.

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