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Earlier it was reported that Prakash Jha's film Jai Gangaajal that features Priyanka Chopra had hit a road block with the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) demanding 11 cuts in the film, sans which it would receive an 'A' rated certificate. However, now we hear that the makers of the film have received clearance for the film from the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT).


Though the FCAT has cleared the film with a 'UA' rating, they have requested for two minor chances in the film. Commenting on the same, an elated Jha said that while the cuts are minor this clearance termed the CBFC chief Pahlaj Nilhani's actions as 'questionable' and said that it appeared as if Nihlani had some personal agenda.


As for the film, Jai Gangaajal, which is a sequel to Jha's 2003 release Gangaajal, is slated to release on March 4.





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