Censor board raises sword against Parvathy Thiruvoth movie

Censor board raises sword against Parvathy Thiruvoth movie

PaThe censor board has banned the screening of the movie ‘Varthamanam’ starring Rvathi Thiruvoth. The Censor Board has intervened in the screening of the film, pointing out that only a section of the film has been distorted. Parvathy’s arrival as a JNU student is being prepared with a theme of contemporary relevance.

It is alleged that the theme of the story revolving around a Malayalee research student is anti-Hindu. The ban was imposed on the grounds that the film was anti-national, political and destructive of interfaith relations.

Parvathy Thiruvoth collaborates with Sidhartha Siva for 'Varthamanam' |  Malayalam Movie News - Times of IndiaThe theme of the film is completely anti-Hindu. It is also alleged that the film, which deals with the events at JNU University, spreads false propaganda against a section. The film distorts even the Supreme Court judgment. Mammootty, Nivin Pauly and Tovino Thomas have released First Look on Facebook.

Parvathy plays the lead in Sidhartha Siva's Varthamanam

National award winner Aryadan Shaukat has penned the script for the film. Parvati’s arrival as Faiza Sufi is inspired by real events. Roshan Mathew, who had a notable performance in Moothon, will play Parvathy’s lover in the film. Siddique, a college professor in general, also plays the lead role in the film.