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'Toilet: ek prem katha is not just a movie but a movement'

The much talked about movie Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is set to hit the theatres this Friday. The film, made on the much popularized subject of Swachh Bharat, has finally been successful in attaining the 'UA' certificate from CBFC after three verbal cuts.
Denying all the false news about eight cuts in the movie, the Khiladi Kumar recently clarified, "I was surprised to hear about the exaggerated news of eight cuts in the movie. The board has asked for mere three verbal cuts, which in no way makes any difference."
The Rustom actor is excited for the movie as it is a peculiar love story which is based on real life incidents. "I found it quite interesting since no such love story, revolving around the issue of toilets in India, has been made yet. Narendra Modi, who is the man behind the initiative of Swachh Bharat, was equally enthusiastic. He appreciated the fact that finally someone took an initiative of making a commercial film and not a documentary on this subject," said Kumar, who has been tagged as the 'new Manoj Kumar', for the choice of films that he is working in lately.
Also, the audience will get to see Anupam Kher playing a substantial role in the movie. Considering it to be the golden period of Indian cinema, he says, "Today, the audience is so amazingly educated and welcoming that filmmakers do not hesitate in picking up uncommon subjects. It is
possible to make a film like 'Toilet..' with a mainstream actor in the lead. It feels fantastic to be a part of a film which is entertaining yet respect the credibility and sensitivity of the audience." "Strength of this film is the portrayal of women's condition across the country where they have to
struggle to defecate in the open" added
Anupam, who considers 'Toilet' as a movement rather than just a movie.

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