With the real life accounts of surviving victims of the torture.
After the retirement of the veteran film censor Robert Warren, the board agreed to have Fat Girl resubmitted and approved for screening unedited.
The board no longer wished to get into a constitutional fight over the powers of the board.
The Ontario Film Review Board rejected the film for distribution under the provincial Theatres Act that prohibits the depiction of sex-related nudity involving someone who is underaged or appears to be underaged.
For the pro-democracy activists, India became a literal hell from the day of declaration of the Emergency until its withdrawal 21 months later.
The documentary '21 Months of Hell' explores the ingenious torture method administered by the Police for intimidating political prisoners at that time.
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.
Her ultimate fate is never revealed, but the possibility of her returning to sex work is not ruled out.Filmmaker Chhay Bora, who directed the yet-to-be released 3.50 , said that the censorship board has never explained to him their grounds for evaluating movies.It's like walking in the jungle with no road map to follow, said Bora, whose film on sex trafficking was supposed to be released last October but never received final approval.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.