Mumbai, (Maharashtra) [India] Oct 11 (ANI): Bollywood star Akshay Kumar has revealed that his movie 'Pad Man', based on the taboo surrounding sanitary pads in India, will be premiering at the upcoming Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF).
The 'Khiladi' star took to Twitter to post a Japanese poster ofthe film which will be unveiled at TIFF.
He tweeted, "Here's the Japanese poster of PADMAN! Excited for
the film to be screened at the Tokyo International Film
Festival!! #PADMAN #TIFFJP #????? @PadManTheFilm @sonamakapoor
Internationally, the film came face-to-face with a controversy as it was banned in Kuwait and Pakistan due to its subject. The Central Board of Film Censors in Pakistan refused to give a No-Objection Certificate to Akshay's film.
The film, which is based on the life of Arunachalam Murugunatham, details his resolve to makes cheap and affordable sanitary pads for the women of his village.
The flick, which also stars Sonam Kapoor, earned a decent Rs 81.82 crore at the box office. (ANI)