On-screen character Arvind Swamy has expressed that getting a film censored by the Censor Board has been ending up progressively harder than making the film itself.
Aravind Swamy, who found another rent of life as a performing artist with the 2015 super-hit film Thani Oruvan in which he played an upscale and blue-blooded adversary, is currently preparing for the arrival of his up and coming film Bhaskar Oru Rascal. An adolescent heartthrob of the nineties, Swamy initiated the fifteenth Chennai International Film Festival on Thursday (fourteenth December).
“I can understand the challenges looked by the coordinators who don’t have enough finances to arrange such occasions. I would beyond any doubt render some assistance to them. Nowadays, getting a film controlled by the Censor Board is harder than making the film itself. Tamil writing had reference about between course and love over 2,000 years back; be that as it may, we observe a kissing grouping hard to be included in film even at this point.
“Generally, there has been an exasperating pattern in film-production in Tamil where there are a greater number of successions delineating savagery against ladies than sentimental arrangements,” Swamy closed.
The Festival, as effectively announced, would be a 8-day issue from 14-21 December wherein movies would be screened at a couple of corridors in Mount Road and different settings. Film industry is said to feel disappointed that the State Govt. hasn’t given any kind of monetary help to lead the yearly Film Festival.