CBFC denies certification to LGBT film for 'extolling gay connections' in Ka Bodyscapes.

After Prakash Jha's Lipstick Under My Burkha, now Jayant Cherian's Malayalam film Ka Bodyscapes has been denied a declaration for demonstrating misogyny and homophobia. 

The Censor Board is grinding away once more. On the off chance that you thought just the Khans and Kapoors can make news in Bollywood, then you are passing up a great opportunity for keeping a tab of the CBFC, for it knows how to hoard features a great deal more than our geniuses. The block has flown in news, this time for denying affirmation to another film (why aren't we astonished?). Days after its senseless purposes behind declining to guarantee Prakash Jha's Lipstick Under My Burkha, the most recent one to confront the anger of CBFC and its boss Pahlaj Nihalani is a film titled Ka Bodyscapes. 

The non mainstream film demonstrates the lives of three individuals in Calicut, a gay painter Haris, a country kabaddi player Vishnu and their lobbyist companion Sia. The trio declines to comply with the predominant standards of gentility and battles to discover space and bliss in a moderate setting. Malayalam film stars Kannan Rajesh, Jason Chacko and Naseera. 

The producers of Ka Bodyscapes have been requested that by the board bid before the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal inside the following 30 days, on the off chance that they wish to. 

Chief maker Jayan Cherian took to his Facebook page and shared the letter from the CBFC, where we can see the reason expressed by CBFC. It peruses, " the film is lauding the subject of gay and gay person relationship, nakedness emphasizing key parts of male body  in shut shots in the entire motion picture. The film is express of scene culpable Hindu sensibilities portraying profanity and vulgarity through the motion picture. The religion of "Hindu" is depicted in a slanderous way particularly Lord Hanuman (appeared in poor light as gay) which may bring about lawfulness issue in the public arena. The film contains publications delineating homosexuality all through the motion picture and disdainful comments against ladies. Damaging dialect is utilized as a part of the vast majority of the spots and furthermore a female Muslim character is indicated jerking off. The film has references to Hindu associations in a roundabout way which is ridiculous." 

According to reports, the blue pencil board initially declined an authentication to Ka Bodyscapes in April 2016 for obviously containing "touchy gay scenes, utilization of unfavorable words against ladies and foul exchanges." 

"The film has likewise references to woman stroking off, highlighting "gay" by numerous "gay" blurbs. The film insults human sensibilities by indecency, vulgarity or degeneracy," the primary overhauling advisory group stated, before giving its decision. 

The most recent mallet from the CBFC comes in spite of a Kerala High Court arrange, which guided the board to confirm Ka Bodyscapes. It had permitted it to make cuts however. Yet, in spite of that, the board proceeded and totally declined to issue an authentication. As indicated by the Pahlaj Nihalani headed body, the film is an "unsafe pattern of gatekeeping and good policing content it doesn't support of, particularly around issues of sex, sexuality, religion and communalism. "