Finally, the movie “31st October” is screening today at the theaters after a long wait. The censor Board gave the green signal for release movie after deletion of its some objectionable scenes. The political controversial film was in the Delhi High Court for its verdict. The movie is based on the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi including with1984 anti-Sikh riots.
I am happy with Governing Bodies’ decision: Das
31 October releaThe lead actor of the movie Vir Das expressed his happiness with the decision. “It would really unreasonable to stop the film’s release. I am happy that the film is releasing soon. One can right to comment a film only after watching it completely. The movie not only involves us but it also important for units’ 400 People. Before creating any controversy one should consider the big picture. I am happy that the government body is standing with us to release the film” said Vir.
Well, Vir das known for his comedy roles, Plays the lead character of Davinder Singh in the film, based on the aftermath of the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi including the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
While sharing his experience, Vir said, it is the story of a father who protects his family from the riots. If in real life, I would be able to become at least 50 percent of him (Davinder Singh) as a protector-father, I would feel like a good human being. Internalizing the character of Davinder Singh Changed me as a person.
Soha is ready to fire on Silver Screen
On the other hand, talented Soha who is coming on silver screen after long portrays the role of a mother of three in the film. In this new avatar, Soha’s role promises to be laced with powerful dialogues and real emotions. The viewers are going to shock after watching a hard-hitting tale as most the current generation is not enough aware of the 1984 riots and the gravest tragedies ever after Indira Gandhi’s death.
While it was earlier scheduled to release on October 7 Mirzya, It now stands to get released alongside a cluster of the other films at the box-office. The film, based on a true story in the backdrop of the anti-Sikh riots, is written and produced by Harry Sachdeva and directed by Shivaji Lotan Patil.