Nithin Renji Panicker, the Kasaba director stated that the movie is not against women or doesn't have any content which intentionally insults womankind. Nithin was reacting to the allegations of Kerala Women's Commission over the movie.
Recently, the Women's Commission had harshly criticised the Mammootty movie. The commission accused that the offensive dialogues said by the lead actor Mammootty in the movie are a huge insult to the womankind.
But Nithin Panicker, who reacted to the commission's allegations, stated that Kasaba is not a film which intentionally insults women, but is a mere reflection of the issues faced by the ladies in the present society.
The young director stated that he is not ready to remove any dialogues from the movie, as they are most appropriate for the situations conveyed. He also remarked that our society has never been respectful towards the women.
Reportedly, the women's commission has decided to take actions against the movie, on the grounds of offensive content against women. The commission also remarked that Kasaba is not a properly-censored film.
However, team Kasaba is planning to stick on to their stand and move legally against the actions of Women's commission. Mammootty, the lead actor of the movie, hasn't commented on the issue yet.