Disgrace for CBFC if controlled duplicate of ‘Udta Punjab’ has spilled: Aamir Khan

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Ludhiana, June 16: Expressing worry over the online break of ‘Udta Punjab’, Bollywood on-screen character Aamir Khan on Thursday said it was huge disgrace for the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) if an edited duplicate has turned out on Torrent.

Aamir, who is shooting for his up and coming flick “Dangal” in Ludhiana, likewise respected the choice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court to clear the film.

Tending to a question and answer session, Aamir said, “In the event that it is a blue-penciled duplicate that has turned out on Torrent then it is a major disgrace for the CBFC. It is something which will ponder gravely the CBFC, on the off chance that it is a crude duplicate.”

“On the off chance that it is not a controlled duplicate then robbery is an issue we have been battling for long and lamentably what I for one feel, when a typical man sees a pilfered duplicate of the film, he is ignorant of the way that it is really a burglary,” he included.

The Bollywood on-screen character said that affectability with respect to robbery ought to be expanded in the general public.

Prior, trying to deter fans from accessing pilfered movies, the star took to Twitter and asked them to watch the motion picture in theaters.

“We should bolster free discourse. We should watch Udta Punjab just in theaters. Try not to give privateers and robbery a chance to win. Love,” he had tweeted.

Recently evening, it rose that the Abhishek Chaubey directorial-which has been in news for the creators’ keep running in with the blue pencil board-was accessible on deluge locales for illicit download.

Be that as it may, soon the download connections were “expelled because of a copyright grievance”, the sites read.

Udta Punjab, the motion picture which stars Shahid Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor and Diljit Dosanjh in lead part, has been passed with An endorsement and will hit the theaters tomorrow.

The Bombay High Court had on June 13 cleared the arrival of ” Udta Punjab’, whose creators were secured a question with the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).

The CBFC yesterday issued a new discharge declaration to ” Udta Punjab’ after the Bombay High Court passed the film with only one cut and three disclaimers.