Mumbai: Adil Hussain-starrer ‘Unfreedom’, which was earlier banned by the Central Board of Film Certification due to its bold content, is now available to Indian viewers.
The Raj Amit Kumar directorial, which has lovemaking scenes, depicts lesbian relationships, Islamophobia and religious fundamentalism, released in India and other countries on Netflix on Monday.
“I am glad that ‘Unfreedom’ finds such a popular platform like Netflix after the ban in India and the efforts of censorship guardians in India to stop the film. It also exposes the hypocrisy and divide between reality and fantasy of censorship system in India,” Kumar said in a statement.
“There is no way they can control and censor content in digital age, yet, they try their best to choke filmmakers like me who have something relevant to say that makes them feel threatened,” he added.
“Unfreedom” is a contemporary thriller based in a society torn apart by political, religious and sexual turmoil. Alternating between New…