Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar on Wednesday said he will put a disclaimer in his forthcoming film Indu Sarkar about events being dramatised.
“I have said that it (the film) is 70 percent fiction and 30 percent real. Events have been dramatised for purpose of the film. I am going to put a disclaimer,” he told the media.
Bhandarkar said he was “appalled” with Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) committee suggesting 12 cuts to his forthcoming film Indu Sarkar, set against the backdrop of the Emergency.
He said the story is about a husband and wife caught in the throes of the Emergency and it’s not a political film.
“This is not political,” he said, adding that due to the controversy, the real story is getting drowned.
Asked about the legal notice sent by a woman who claims to be Sanjay Gandhi’s “daughter”, alleging that the trailer of the movie is shocking and grossly misleading in its portrayal of the late Congress leader, the filmmaker said a reply has been sent to her.