Zarina, also 12, escapes her madrassa and joins a normal school.Her education is threatened by frequent Taliban attacks on schools like her own.In June 25th 1975, Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi declared Emergency on the nation which bestowed her the authority to rule by decree, allowing elections to be suspended and civil liberties to be curbed.This resulted in the mass arrests of leaders and activists of opposition who she saw as a threat to her political life.Though there are testimonies of surviving victims and case reports, the Board wanted written government proof of the torture methods of that time.And of course the government is hardy likely to allow public access to records proving its own recourse to torture.The distributors contended that: the power to ban movies is an unjustifiable infringement of the fundamental right to freedom of expression guaranteed by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The government retaliates by destroying his seminary, killing his mother, brother, his only son and 150 students.Couples who are living together both work to make their ends meet. The film follows charming yet menacing Maulana Aziz on his personal quest to create an Islamic utopia, which causes the country to implode.
Bora also said that the board insisted that all plot conflicts be resolved before the credits roll.
The specific scenes in question were not mentioned but many believe the objection comes from the fact that nuns are the ones being victimized in the movie's plot.
Several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the dollmaker's possessed creation, Annabelle.
In particular one of his characters, after escaping a brothel, is last seen joining a group of other former sex workers instead of trying to return home.
Her ultimate fate is never revealed, but the possibility of her returning to sex work is not ruled out.