Madhur Bhandarkar has been recently honoured with an award for his most promising and controversial film Indu Sarkar. The actor attended the Bollywood's Festival in Norway where he was thrilled that his film received recognition and was awarded from the Norwegian Culture Minister Linda Catherine. The film was released in this year in July.The film received a warm reception apart from the actors Kriti Kulhari and Neil Nitin Mukesh for portraying their respective character in the film. The director has added yet another feather to his cap after he received a great response for the film in the International circuit at the Norway Festival of Bollywood films.
The director recently shared a picture crediting the actor and the rest of his team for putting together such a great film that received the award. He expressed he is happy and honoured to receive the award for Indu Sarkar from the Norwegian Culture Minister Linda Catherine at the Bollywood Film Festival and the award that the film won is on behalf of all the star cast and their entire crew.
Indu Sarkar was a film that was set in India's Emergency Era and it stirred a lot of controversies and had to witness violence in some parts of the country.