Sidhu Moosewala is rocking the internet as he is all set to make his cinematic debut with the film ‘Moosa Jatt’. The film has already managed to create a huge buzz among the audience with the release of its official trailer.
A quick glimpse of the film opens with young Sidhu talking about his father, grandfather and himself. He refers to his family as tractor and also calls himself 5911 which is actually his tractor number.
We then find Sidhu Moosewala giving a grand appearance and introducing himself as ‘Moosa from Mansa’. The trailer is full of action and Sidhu’s intense look.
The story seems to revolve around the fight against evil with respect to land and discrimination faced by our farmers by the so called high officials in rural areas.
Sidhu’s intense look will grab your attention from the very first scene introducing himself till the end of the trailer. Apart from the action, the film also features the love saga between Sidhu Musewala and Sweety’s Brar, who is also making his debut with the film.
Needless to say, Moosa Jatt will bring a lot of entertainment along with his release. Also, this is the first time Sidhu Musewala will be seen in an unexpected avatar. Directed by Dilsher Singh and Khushpal Singh; Musa Jatt is scheduled to release on October 1.
Sidhu Moose Wala’s debut film “Musa Jatt” will no longer release in India The Censor Board of India has turned down permission to release famous Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala’s debut film “Musa Jatt”.
The film was supposed to release worldwide after 2 days on October 1, but now the film will not release in India as per the mentioned date. The team of producers spoke to the media about the action of the Censor Board at the Press Club in Chandigarh.
Producer of the film Arrupali Gupta, concerned actors Sweetaz Brar, Bhana Sidhu, writer of the film Gurinder Dimpy and directors of the film Dilsher Singh and Khushpal Singh were also present on the occasion. On this occasion, the producer of the film Rupali Gupta said that she has made about half a dozen films so far.
His film Musa Jatt, which was scheduled to release on October 1 under the banner of Friday Rush Motion Picture, has now been banned by the Censor Board of India.
He said that the film revolves around the life of a farmer. The story of the film deals with the hardships, mutual understanding and participation of farmers as well as rural life and agricultural life. It is shown in the film that when a child is born in a farmer’s house, his struggle and responsibility starts from the first. Day. On one hand, where farmers in the country have taken to the streets for their rights for a long time, on the other hand, filmmakers are being prevented from taking their word to the cinema halls.
It is an open open with art and art lovers. He has spent crores of rupees on this film. The promotion of the film is going on continuously for the last one month. In such a situation, they will have to spend crores of rupees on this action of the Censor Board.
The film’s writer and director also expressed displeasure with the censor board, saying that there is nothing in the film which is inappropriate or can be banned. He made this film on the instructions of Censor Board of India and keeping in mind the Punjabi audience.
In fact, banning the film without any good reason by the censor board is just an open push. Talking about farmers in the film is not a crime and this film is being banned to suppress this issue of farmers in front of the Indian public. At the same time, it is also clear that the industry is also trying its best to stop Sidhu Moose Wala towards films.
They will raise their voice against this wickedness. The crew of the film said that this is nothing less than an injustice. The audience and the media have also seen the trailer of the film, from which the story of the film can be clearly guessed.
In the last two days, the team has been receiving over a thousand phone calls from fans across the globe. Despite this, doing so with the film not only results in loss of crores of rupees but also the hard work of hundreds of people and day and night loot of livelihood. On this occasion, the team of the film also talked about going to the Indian judiciary regarding this action against the film.