As we see the film Sanju the Biopic made on Sanjay Dutt is coming close, the film is getting good hype in the media. However, as per the recent buzz, the makers now seems to be in trouble. As per reports, a complaint has been filed to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) about one scene in the film. The much awaited movie starring Ranbir Kapoor came under scanner as one of the activist called Prithvi Mhaske raised his objection about the “toilet leakage scene when he was seen in the barrack of jail seen in the trailer.
As per the letter, the Chairman (CBFC) Prasoon Joshi was seen forwarding the objection stating that such scenes are fiction and has nothing to do with the reality. The trailer shows a scene with a barrack of a jail having an overflowed toilet. Such things never happen in any jail and that the jail authorities do take all the care to make it clean and healthy for everyone. He said even the dreaded criminals never had faced such incidences that have been shown in the film with Sanjay Dutt facing such issues. The letter said that such scenes would malign the image of Indian Police and their systems in place. The activist stated that if no action is taken from the censor board he would approach to the court.