Lipstick Under My Burkha which is releasing this Friday struggled for certification from the Central Board of Film Certification earlier this year. At the recent IIFA Awards in New Jersey, filmmaker Karan Johar, the son of late filmmaker Yash Johar, along with actors Varun Dhawan and Saif Ali Khan, took a jibe at actress Kangana Ranaut by bringing up the nepotism debate. Talent should be respected, especially for other gender. Watch videoLipstick Under My Burkha to release on July 28, Ekta Kapoor becomes its presenter and distributorNational Award winning filmmaker Prakash Jha, who has produced the forthcoming film Lipstick Under My Burkha, believes talent in all forms and across genders should be respected, in the wake of the “nepotism rocks” controversy. Related News
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Published:July 20, 2017 9:11 am
Filmmaker Prakash Jha feels talent should be respected. Any proper-thinking person’s views will not be good. On the issues of censorship in cinema, Jha reiterated that he is against scissoring content. Will it burn the society? “Whose view on nepotism can be good? See photosLipstick Under My Burkha trailer: Prakash Jha film sets women’s desires afire. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App “Why do we need these shackles? You can specify what the content is and the certification but there is no need of censoring,” he added. There is no need of censor board. While Varun apologised for the act on Twitter on Tuesday, Karan said that he also feels that it’s talent that rocks and not nepotism. Karan and Saif, who were hosting the gala, revisited the much-talked about nepotism issue that started in Bollywood when Kangana branded Karan as a “flagbearer of nepotism” on his chat show Koffee With Karan earlier this year. You get respect when you respect others,” Jha told the media here on Wednesday to queries on the latest controversy that has created a stir on social media.