Controversial Film Released On YouTube Evades Film Board Censorship [Headlines]

Controversial Film Released On YouTube Evades Film Board Censorship [Headlines]

A new movie about Kashmir by an Indian filmmaker is using the internet to avoid pressure from the government.

Sam McNerney
  • 24 january 2012

When Ashvin Kumar started putting together 300 hours of footage containing  testimonies of Kashmiris, he knew the finished product would not go down well with the Government of India. That his documentary, Inshallah Kashmir: Living Terror, which features ex-militants narrating stories of human rights violations at the hands of Indian forces, would face stiff resistance from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). FirstPost India

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