EXCLUSIVE: Satyameva Jayate 2 Seeks Recertification As Manufacturers Add Scene of Community Harmony; Milap Zaveri Reveals Sooryavanshi’s Lord Ganesha Sequence Motivated Him To Do It: Bollywood News


Bollywood Hungama was the first to inform readers, on November 16, that Satyameva Jayate 2 It has been approved by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) with a U / A certificate and zero cuts. The certificate of censorship was delivered to the filmmakers on November 12 and the duration of the film, as mentioned in the certificate, was 138 minutes, that is, 2 hours and 18 minutes.

The day after this story was published, on November 17, the creators returned to the CBFC office. This is because they added a sequence in the movie and wanted to get CBFC approval for it. The scene in question is that of a Muslim lady asking for her check from a rude officer in the EPFO ​​office. The officer rebukes her and throws the Holy Quran into the air. At this point, Jai Balram Azaad (John Abraham), a policeman, arrives on the scene. He takes the holy book respectfully and tells the corrupt officer to give him the check within 20 minutes before his namaz ends. The manufacturers then laugh as the officer races against time despite opposition from the slow bureaucratic attitude of the staff and hands him the check before the stipulated time.

When Bollywood Hungama asked writer and director Milap Zaveri why such an excellent and applause-worthy scene was removed from the film, revealing: “Part 1 had a scene where a child is tortured inside the police station and the mother Pray namaz outside. John arrives and saves the boy. It was a scene that resonated in a big way with mass audiences at the time. I still remember the whistles and applause in theaters. So, I built a similar kind of scene for Satyameva Jayate 2. But when everyone on our team saw the movie, they felt like we could get rid of the scene because there is enough masala in the movie already. And Jai’s entrance scene itself was so heroic. I agreed and decided to remove it. “

When asked why they had changed their minds, Milap Zaveri confessed: “But then I saw the scene of Ganpati Bappa in Sooryavanshi and I went absolutely crazy. That’s when I told John Abraham and the filmmakers that a scene that preaches community harmony should be there in the film. I also reminded them of the reaction that the Sooryavanshi generated scene. People have loved it because it conveys such a positive message. Said scene in Satyameva Jayate 2 it is also on similar lines. Therefore, I asked them to add this sequence to the movie. “

the Sooryavanshi The scene in question occurs in the second half when police officers attempt to evacuate the busy Minar Chowk, which comprises a temple and a mosque, due to a bomb scare. The priests in the temple begin to lift the idol of Lord Ganesha so that it can be kept in a safe place. The devotees of the mosque realize that the priests alone will not be able to lift the idol. Therefore, they come to his rescue. Director Rohit Shetty beautifully shows Muslims taking off their shoes outside the temple and then helping the priests. Some people get a handcart and the idol is safely placed on it. All this time, the song ‘Chodo Kal Ki Baatein’ it is played and it seems appropriate for the situation.

This scene of the film received the maximum of applause and whistles in the whole country, according to exhibitors and commerce. It remains to be seen whether the Satyameva Jayate 2 The scene also receives a similar type of reception.

After the scene was added, the duration of Satyameva Jayate 2 now it’s 141 minutes, that is, 2 hours 21 minutes.

Read also: After Sooryavanshi all eyes on Satyameva Jayate 2 this week

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