Narasimha Nandi, the director who has won National Award for his movie ‘1940 lo oka gramam’ is facing the heat for release of his next movie ‘High School.’ From the very beginning of shoot for this movie ‘High School’; NGO’s, Student Welfare Organizations, Women Welfare Organizations and many more are raising their harsh voice against.
Now the time when Director Narasimha Nandi has completed the shooting of entire movie and brought it for Censor Certification, out rightly the movie was rejected by the board and no certificate was issued taking into consideration most objectionable sex scenes between teacher Kiran Rathod and the young student.
Director who still believed in the core message of the movie has moved the Review Committee and higher officials in Central Government to pass a certificate for his movie, but failed. At last, Narasimha Nandi is known to have appealed it to the Supreme Court and won the case to get his movie released.
Now Human Rights Activists have approached the Human Rights Commission to stop the release of movie in order to prevent the irreparable damage the movie may cause for the young students in society. So, one has to wait for few more days to watch Kiran Rathod’s hot beauties on big screen…that is the sexy message which HRC say, while Producer and Director say, it is message with sex.