Filmmaker Aisha Sultana stated that if the producer does not agree to release the film ‘Flush’ within one month, she will take matters into her own hands and release it through online platforms like YouTube or Facebook.
The film contains three crucial scenes that Aisha wants to share with the audience. She acknowledged that legal challenges may arise as a result, but she is prepared to face them. She expressed her frustration at not releasing the film stating that it was created with much effort.
Aisha claimed that efforts had been made to impede the film's release.
Previously, Aisha accused the producer of deliberately obstructing the release of 'Flush'. According to her, the producer openly admitted to preventing the film's release due to its criticism of the union government.
Ayesha claimed that the producer betrayed the film, which courageously addressed Lakshadweep issues, for personal political gain. Despite obtaining censorship clearance, releasing a song and trailer, the film remains locked away by the producer even after a year and a half, she alleged.