‘I did nothing wrong’ – Mukhtar reacts to board’s invitation

Kannywood movie director, Aminu Umar Mukhtar, who was wished by Kano’s state movie censorship for his newest movie ‘Makaranta’, mentioned he was unperturbed by the council’s invitation.

The chief director of the board, Na Abba Afakallah, had beforehand mentioned the filmmaker was wished after he failed to take action. honor the board’s invitation over the movie.

The filmmaker has maintained that he has performed nothing fallacious and has reproached the mentioned invitation, arguing that his movie isn’t just concerning the Hausa neighborhood and was not shot in Kano.

“Once I heard that the board was on the lookout for me, I wasn’t disturbed in any respect as a result of I hadn’t performed something fallacious,” he mentioned.

“My movie isn’t solely about Kano or Hausa folks, however about 17 languages ​​which might be used within the venture. As well as, I didn’t shoot the movie in Kano State. So I do not perceive why their blood is so sizzling on the matter.

“My movie is not nearly intercourse training, it additionally captures different issues like Feminine Genital Mutilation (FGM).

“With the venture, we need to create consciousness about issues which might be occurring not solely in Hausa communities but additionally in others.”

The just lately launched movie’s lower than three-minute trailer confirmed college students in a college setting.

One of many scenes confirmed a feminine pupil telling the opposite about ‘Jima’i’, which suggests intercourse in Hausa.

In one other scene, one other pupil was seen asserting that she was pregnant by her colleague who promised to assist her take care of the state of affairs.

The ultimate scene within the trailer confirmed the scholars in a typical celebration setting, with female and male colleagues dancing collectively.

Watch the trailer under:

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