Censor Board passed the movies based on Indira Gandhi Assassination

Producers of '31 October', movies based on assassination and after activities of Former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, says that Censor Board approved the movies after waiting for 4 months and suggesting 9 big cuts. Soha Ali Khan and Vir Das are in this Harry Sachdeva's written and Produced film. Sachdeva said, 'I took time, but we were able to convince them for keeping those scenes, which is very important for the truth.' Producers said, 'I have done 9 big cuts. Censor Boards points that some dialogues and scenes can provoked any community, so need to be done less.' He said, 'Revising Committee made us give them film again and again and problems that they in scenes were removed.' Film is directed by Shivaji Lotan Patil. This film is based on after activities of Indira Gandhi Assassination, According to Harry Sachdeva, scenes of Violence and blood had been removed from the film. Indira Gandhi was killed her 2 sikh Body guards on 31 Oct, 1984, after the operation Blue Star, in which Indian Army on June 1984, assault on the Golden Temple in Amritsar which left the Sikh temple heavily damaged. The assailants fired 33 bullets, in which 30 were hit, 23 passed through her body and 7 remained inside. After she was shot, Sikhs were targeted and killed in Delhi and other places across India. The film is a true story of a family who survived the riots on the night of Oct 31 that year. Producers said, film is not only based on Sikh Community, but also on Hindi-Muslim. You may also know:  Bollywood Movies 2016 Bollywood Movies 2017