After Film ‘Padmavati’, Censor Board Has Banned The Release Of Game Of Ayodhya
After the protest of Bollywood film ‘Padmavati’, the protest of another film has started now. The name of this movie is ‘Game of Ayodhya’, directed by Sunil Singh. This movie is based on the demolition of Babri Masjid and it was to be released on Decmber 8 but the censor board has banned the release of the film. The Board believes that due to this film the feelings of the people can get hurt and there is also a possibility of communal violence. While opposing the film, the leader of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad of Aligarh district has announced the award to the producer of the film’s producer.
Akhil Bharatiya Parishad’s Leader
People protesting against the film say that history has been tampered with for the Babri demolition in the film. Akhil Bharatiya Parishad’s leader Amit Goswami opposed the film and said that whoever brings out the hand of the producer of the ‘Game of Ayodhya’, he will reward him a million rupees. The people protesting the film have alleged that the history of demolition of Babri dam has been tampered with in the film, causing feelings of Hindu society. He says that he has received reports related to the film that it has been shown in the film that after demolishing the controversial structure, the carcasses are keeping the idol of Ramlala there. Which is utterly wrong The statue of Ramlala was already kept there.
Many Bollywood Films Have Been Made On Babri Masjid Demolition
Films such as ‘Bombay’, ‘Black Friday’, ‘Road to Sangam’, ‘Kashi’s ESSI’ and ‘Naseem’ were shown in the Babri Masjid-Ayodhya dispute and some excerpts of several riots. When, in these films, who played the role of the character in the movie, which we are going to tell you about.
Mani Ratnam has directed the film ‘Bombay’ which was created in 1995. This movie has played the main character Arvind Swamy and Manisha Koirala. Between December 1992 and January 1993, there is a dispute about the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. The film was both critically and financially successful. The film was dubbed in Hindi and Telugu by the same name. Music given by AR Rahman was very much appreciated and he received many awards. The direction of Mani Ratnam was also appreciated.
Naseem, a film about the 1992 Babri Masjid incident, came in 1995. Saeed Akhtar, director of the film was Mirza. In the story of the film, a young girl named Naseem who goes to school and is very close to her grandfather. His grandfather dies in the event of the Babri Masjid. This movie got a National Award for Best Direction and Screenplay in 1996. Actress Peacock Congo starred in the film.
In Anurag Kashyap’s directorial ‘Black Friday’, the horror of terror was found. Anurag Kashyap’s film also received appreciation in many National and International Awards. However, the film did not get any major award. Director Anurag Kashyap made the film ready in just 70 days. Most of it was shot in Mumbai and Dubai. Explain that permissions were not available for shooting in this film at many places, despite the film’s shooting had to be shot. Even before the movie was released it was banned. After 3 years of getting permission to release this film.
Road to Sangam
This film, paired with Paresh Rawal and Om Puri, tried to show Gandhiji’s principles and values. The story of ‘Road to Sangam’ revolves around a Muslim mechanic Hashmat Ullah, who comes to repair the engine of the truck in which sometimes the bones of Mahatma Gandhi were taken to immerse him at the confluence of Allahabad. Let me tell you that ‘Road to Sangam’ has spread its magic in many international film festivals. In Los Angeles it won the Best Foreign Film and Best Musical Score Award.