Censors stall film for organ donation portrayal

MUMBAI: The Central Board of Film Certification has objected to the heart transplant portrayed in NRI producer Dr Arjun Gaur’s film I Am In Love, and has stalled the release of the film in India.


Says the film’s executive producer R K Singh, “The Board has objected to four to five scenes that depict organ donation and child abuse. We hope to work out an amicable solution in a few days. It is a well-made film and writer-editor-director B M Mirza (who worked as an assistant director on Razia Sultan and Veeru Devgan’s Hindustan Ki Kasam) has done a commendable job.”


A major schedule of the film, budgeted at Rs 50 million (Rs 5 crore) has been shot in London and Mumbai. The producer, who made Love in London a decade ago, are now hoping to release the film by mid-March. Ikon Enterprizes will release the film in Bombay, Bihar, East Punjab and C.I, say the producers. The music rights of the film have been sold to Planet 41.


Along with newcomers Siddharth Shukla and Nafeesa Khan, actors like Kiran Joneja, Anil Dhawan, Ehsaan Khan, Bobby Darling, Razzak Khan also feature in the film.

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