Bombay High Court gives clean chit to Udta Punjab, will release on scheduled date

There are just few days left of releasing date and Shahid Kapoor starrer controversial film Udta Punjab is now clear to release with only 1 cut. Udta Punjab is story of Punjab based Rockstar Tommy Singh, who is addict towards drug and his character is so abusive for which film was facing objection in the country but Bombay High court has declared their statement that there is nothing  integrity of country in the film and it will release as per earlier schedule with only one cut.


Before a week, Censor Board ordered to cut more than 90 cuts but Film makers of Udta Punjab objected and many others Bollywood personalities supported them and now movie is going to release on 17th June as its official release. Nine Censor Board members had watched this movie and allow the film with just 13 cuts. The chairman of Central Board of Film Certification, Pahlaj Nihalani described on 12th June 2016.

Ishqiya famed director Abhishek Chaubey directed Udta Punjab is facing controversy due to its expletive content. The Superstar Shahid Kapoor is playing lead role in film, young finest actress Alia Bhatt will play lead female charter opposite Shahid while Kareena Kapoor Khan and Diljit Dosanjh are playing important roles with them.

Film’s music has been released with seven songs including Chitta Ve, Da Da Dasse, Ikk Kudi, Ud-Daa Punjab, Hass Nach Le, Vadiya and Ikk Kudi – Reprised Version. The music of the film is composed by Amit Trivedi, title song Ud-Daa Punjab is sung by Vishal Dadlani and Amit Trivedi.

Movie is going to release on this Friday with just 1 cut and ‘A’ certificate. Lead stars Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt are noticing for their performances as they showing their potential in trailer and looks of film. They are second time working together after their previous release Shaandaar (2015), failed to get success at box office but there are lot of expectations from next.

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