Film making is a very sensitive issue, especially when you are showing something related to the history. If you deviate from the reality, you are bound to land into controversy.
Nitin Chandrakant Desai’s so called dream project ‘Ajintha’, which is based on the discovery of the famous Ajanta caves in Aurangabad, had landed into controversy. The reason being that the Banjara community objected to the film’s release, for deviating from certain facts.
The Censor Board members, who viewed the film yesterday, have given green signal to its official release today. But, the people belonging to Banjara Community have moved to the court and it is understood that the Mumbai High Court will give its decision Friday.