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CBFC Cuts Hanuman Reference In Black Panther & Beeps It. Indians Are Really Angry

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CBFC Cuts Hanuman Reference In Black Panther & Beeps It. Indians Are Really Angry

Indian Censor Board has been continuously in news for all the wrong reasons. There were high hopes from new chairperson Prasoon Joshi but it seems even has limitations working a government body.

Coming straight to the point, CBFC has beeped out a reference to Lord Hanuman in the prints of Hollywood film Black Panther for Indian fans. The action has been supposedly taken to avoid hurting the religious sentiments, but Twitterati is angry because there was nothing which could hurt the sentiments.

The said phrase in which the reference to Lord Hanuman has been beeped out was “Glory to Hanuman”.

M’Baku (Winston Duke) uses the phrase in the film as he challenges King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) to a ritual combat to win the throne of Wakanda.

While the film is doing great business at Box Office and fans are loving it, this particular act by CBFC is leaving them in bad taste. Here’s how they reacted on Twitter.

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https://twitter.com/GhorAngirasa/status/965033913235247104

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