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Shama (Celluloid)

Shama is a film in Urdu produced by Kuldip Sehgal. It is 4293.80 Mts long and was certified with 30 cuts. It was given a U (Unrestricted Public Exhibition) certificate in 1973.

Language
Certificate category
Certifying regional office
Certificate number
U-72048-MUM
Certification Date
19/06/1973
Certified length
4293.80 Mts
Producer
Kuldip Sehgal
Censor Cutlist
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This film has been recertified subsequent to its initial certification by the Board under 'U' Cert. No. 32477 dated 08.06.1961 subject to the following cuts:- 1] a) The words "Bhadaktahua Shola" "Daman bacha ke" "Zamindari to charkhewalon ko nazar ho gayi" (Shots containing inter alia the above dialogues deleted.)
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b) The words "Teer ki tarah chalati ho, kamaan ki tarah lachakti ho".
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c) From song No. 1, beginning with the words "Insaaf tera dekha.." shots of swift circular movements of the dancer in which her skirt files above knees.
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d) Hergestures in which she invites by hand and the shots in a half sitting posture as she comes forward and makes erotic gestures of eyes and prominent views of her busts.
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e) Two shots of erotic gestures of eyes.
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f) Shot of Baiji where she appears prominently.
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g) Shot of Baiji taking 'balayen' and shot of Banke putting his hands on his heart in reaction to the song.
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2] The scene of physical proximity between Sakina and her lover, Hud Hud, on the terrace.
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3] The shot of Hud Hud after being beaten with a broom when he drops on the cot with his legs in clumay position.
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4] Views of Chhammo (with Roshan) when the flesh of her bosom and the parting between the busts are visible.
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5] In song beginning with the words "Yaas ke dar pe" a) from visuals, shot of close physical proximity on the decorated bed. Reduce drastically the shots of decorated bed to the barest minimum necessary for the sake of continuity. (Replaced with approved re-picturisation 20ft.)
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b) From the wordings "Ishq ki god men hai hasan ka sar aaj ki raat" "Dile betaab machalta hai machal jane do" "Aaj ki raat hamari hai, na dar aaj ki raat".
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6] a) From the morning scene shots of Roshan and Parvez getting down from bed and also the couplets recited by them referring to their previous night.
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b) The words "Kya aap shaadi ke kabil nahin?" said by father of Parwana with reference to Hud Hud.
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7] The words "Kothe Kothe" from the sentence "Shareef bachchon ke kothe kothe liye phirte hain" spoken by Beappa to the mother of Dilawar with regard to Banke.
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8] The underlined word from the sentence "Mori ki int-ko mahal men lagaane ka"
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9] a) Delete the song beginning with the words "Nigahen yaar hai hai...." together with its picturisation.
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b) From the dancing girl's house, the following dialogues of Roshan which tend to show that the place is a kotha: "Ye bazaar bassaye hain" "Ye bastiyan aabaad ki hain" "Mahefilen sajal hain".
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10] Shots of Roshan lying dead on the road and also shots of blood seen by side and the broken bangles scattered.
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11] Scene at Gohar Jan's place where she tells Dilawar that Shama's presence is dangerous for Roshan.
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12] Two scenes at Gohar Jan's place where Dilwar revengefully wishes Shama to dance.
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13] A scene between Dilawar and Banke, establishing Gohar Jan to be a respectable singing girl.
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14] a) The song of Shama beginning with the words "Dil gayato gaya..." and ending with the words "Pyar ko bhi khuda mil gaya" accompanied by a Qawali.
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b) A scene between Bi A-ppa and Parwana's mother.
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15] The scenes wherein Shama gives to Roshan Parwana's photograph.
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16] A new scene between Dilawar and Banke at Dilawar's place.
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17] a) A scene where Shama requests Bi Appa for a favour.
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b) A Scene between Dilawar and Banke at Dilawar's place.
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18] A scene between Parwana, his father and Hud Hud where the father repents for his behaviour towards Shama.
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19] A Scene between Shama and Parwana at the grave yard.

This data has been obtained from the Central Board of Film Certification. It is provided as is and no guarantees are made for its accuracy or reliability. Please contact the censor board for the original certificate and list of cuts (if any).

The Board certifies films to be one of:

  • U: Films certified U are deemed to be suitable for Unrestricted Public Exhibition.
  • UA: Films certified UA are deemed to be suitable for Unrestricted Public Exhibition but with a word of caution that Parental discretion is required for children below 12 years.
  • A: Films certified A are deemed to be suitable only for adults.
  • S: Films certified S are restricted to a Special Class of Persons (such as doctors).

Any film longer than 2000m (in 35mm celluloid format) is considered a long film. The equivalent for videos is 70 minutes in duration.

Here's a list of films with the most cuts.