The Central Board of Film Certification has been in news for a long time due to its controversial rules. Right from issuing a certificate to any film to demanding chops in scenes with physical intimacy and Verbal cuts, the Censor Board has done it all. Now the CBFC is again making headlines for issuing an unusual diktat for Irrfan Khan and Saba Qamar’s Hindi Medium. The movie is based on a real-life struggle of a couple to get admission for their child in an English-medium school. It is a dark satire and based on a fact, but the Board wants the makers to issue a disclaimer stating that their movie film is a work of fiction. The makers are being compelled to say that Hindi Medium has no resemblance to the real world.Also Read - Irrfan Khan's Son Babil Begins Shooting For His Bollywood Debut Film With Shoojit Sircar, Misses His Father

According to DNA’s report, Hindi Medium can lead to problems from the educational institutions across the country. There could be claims that the film can malign the reputation of these institutions. A CBFC’s source said, “We realise this is a true-life situation. Thousands of parents have to go through the financial and emotional ordeal and suffering shown in the film. But if we don’t add a disclaimer stating it’s all fictional, we may incur the wrath of educational institutions across the country claiming the film maligns them. Better safe than sorry.” (ALSO READ: The Kapil Sharma show: Irrfan Khan is a charm to watch; promotes his film “Hindi Medium”) Also Read - Irrfan Khan Did Not Want To Belong To This World, Reveals Son Babil Khan in Long Emotional Post

Saket Chaudhary’s Hindi Medium is written by Zeenat Lakhani. The film is slated for release on May 19 2017. Hindi Medium has been touted to be similar to Bengali movie Ramdhanu. The 2014 film had a similar story line and was directed by Nandita Roy and Shiboprosad Mukherjee. (ALSO READ: Hindi Medium song Hoor: Atif Aslam’s Sufi track starring Irrfan Khan and Saba Qamar will leave you disappointed) Also Read - Irrfan Khan's Son Babil Pens A Note For His Mom: No One Cares, Except My Mumma