In the wake of being called ‘too woman centered’ and something that ‘doesn’t represent India’s citizens’, Lipstick Under My Burkha was denied audience subsequent to being denied an affirmation by the Pahlaj Nihalani-headed Central Board of Film Certification.
CBFC esteemed the film unfit for discharge by giving out this announcement – “The story is lady oriented, their fantasy above life. There are contagious sexual scenes, abusive words, audio pornography and a bit sensitive touch about one particular section of society“
The film got itself wrapped in criticism, however the creators didn’t quit battling. In the wake of speaking to the FCAT (Film Certification Appellate Tribunal), they figured out how to get an endorsement for its distribution.
The film revolves around the stories of four ladies who encounter their fantasies, longings, sexuality and essentially everything else that would make the “modern” man awkward.
The film is planned for arrival on the 21st of July and has turned out to be a standout amongst the most expected motion pictures of this current year. The film’s second trailer has dropped today.
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Lipstick Under My Burkha was banned in India, for being “lady-oriented,” “fantasy above life” “containous Sexual scenes” “audio pornography” and “abusive words.” It finally releases on July 21.
‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ colourfully chronicles the secret lives of four feisty women who are chasing their secret fantasies.
Boys. Cigarettes. Sex. Music An 18 year old burkha-clad college girl seeks the freedom to be who she wants. A two-timing beautician seeks to escape the claustrophobia of her small town. A housewife with three children, seeks the alternative life of a saleswoman. And a 55 year old widow finds sexual reawakening through a phone romance with a young swimming coach.
Through the kaleidoscope of the veiled dreams and pulpy fantasies of these four lovable and quirky women, the film speaks of the pulsating spirit of rebellion.