Pankaj Kapoor's directorial debut Mausam, starring son Shahid kapoor and Sonam Kapoor in the leads, is facing problem in getting clearance from the Air Force as they have objected to an aerial action sequence involving Shahid Kapoor.
Mausam, which is due to release on September 16 was to go into censoring on Thursday.
The objection by the Air Force comes in as a shock for the makers of Mausam as they had sought special permission to shoot in a real airbase.
The Air Force is reportedly unhappy over a dramatic action fight sequence that had Shahid Kapoor on board Mirage fighter plane.
Speaking to a leading website, Mausam Producer Sheetal Talwar expressed disappointment and said, “We had the script cleared by the Air Force on August 23, 2010. Now suddenly they're objecting to a sequence after it's been shot, edited and the film was ready for censoring?"
Mausam can be sent to the censor board only after getting a clearance from the Air Force.
Sheetal Talwar, who will meet the officers of the Air Force on Friday plans to move to court if the meeting does not prove fruitful.