The makers of the movie Mausam, which is releasing tomorrow (September 23), have incurred the wrath of another Govt body just a week after they settled the issues with Indian Air Force (IAF). Yes! Now, the Indian Railway Board has objected certain sequence of Shahid-Sonam Kapoor starrer film.
According to the reports, the IRB has a problem with a sequence of Pankaj Kapoor's maiden directorial venture Mausam. The sequence shows Shahid Kapoor pulling off a dangerous stunt driving a car across a railway crossing line. The Board has reportedly raised a serious concern about the scene.
Reports suggest that the IRB has issued a legal notice to the producers of the movie Mausam. In the notice, the Board has asked them to put a disclaimer at the beginning of the film as well as during the scene stating that such a stunt could be risky and fatal.
However, the film Mausam is hitting the screens this Friday and its prints have already been dispatched to theatres across the globe. Therefore, the producers say that it would be difficult to make any changes at such a short notice. Now, it should be seen whether they will do the necessary corrections or release it without following the terms of the IRB.