'Debatable' is the term which actor Irrfan Khan used to describe the decision of the censor board, which has asked makers of his forthcoming film 'Hindi Medium' to term their work as a fiction.
'Hindi Medium' is an upcoming hindi movie which stars Irrfan Khan and Pakistani actress Saba Qamar in the lead roles.
"Well, whether the film is inspired by a real life incident... It should say inspired by or based on real life incidents. It is a debatable thing and one should debate upon it," the actor told the media here.
The upcoming movie 'Hindi Medium' is directed by Saket Chaudhary is a story about how education which is a tool for enlightenment is being used to create inequality in the society.
This inequality is created between:
- English v/s Hindi Medium schools
- Government v/s private schools
The movie is about a young couple who lives in Chandani Chowk in Delhi and aspires to move in the upper crust of the society. The movie is a light hearted romantic drama.
Earlier, Chaudhary had denied the allegations that the movie is the remake of the 2014 Bengali drama film 'Ramdhanu'.
"We have researched our script over a year and it is based on original material," Chaudhary had said. The movie will release on May 19 in Indian cinemas.
When asked about the challenges faced by the couple in the film, Irrfan Kahn acknowledged that now a days, it very difficult to put the kids in good school.
"Education is more important that the institution. Because education has a direct connect with the person and helps shape one's personality," he added