The censor board has been criticized for harassing film makers by objecting on non-critical stuffs. One example of the failure of Censor Board is the latest re-release of ‘ATM‘ on the order of court after facing ban from Censor Board for more than half a year.
Now, another movie ‘Dhuwani’ has been stopped by the Censor Board objecting on a simple dialogue. The movie made on girls trafficking in Nepal is objected on a dialogue stating higher demand of Nepali girls in China. The filmmakers say that the statement is based on the report of Maiti Nepal, a NGO working on trafficking.
After evaluating the movie, Maiti Nepal had decided to purchase the Nepal rights of the movie. The organization wants to screen the movie in various parts of Nepal to convey messages on human trafficking and make people aware on the issue.
‘Dhuwani’ is scheduled to release on Bhadra 28 (September 13).
The movie is also going to be dubbed in Hindi language for the Hindi speaking audience. The movie produced by Kabita Shreshta is directed by Pitambar Pandey. The movie features actors Kishor Khatiwada, Prabin Khatiwada, Dhirendra Raj Thapa, Samun Sahi in main roles.