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Guneet Monga

The film producer and BAFTA nominee, on her latest release, Haraamkhor, and dealing with the Censor Board.

Guneet Monga
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Guneet Monga
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2017-01-14T12:20:45+05:30

After a year-long censorship battle, Haraamkhor is out.

It feels great! We made our film, raised money thr­o­ugh Facebook, won money in fes­­tivals.... The Censor Board saying they can’t grant a certificate cut us short. By the time of the FCAT battle we had given up.

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