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Censor Board Demands to chop down the love making scenes from UnIndian

unindian love making scenes to be chopped

The Australian filmmaker Anupam Sharma is soon going to with his film UnIndian. However, the film seems to be the new target of Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani. The film is just an inch away from being released in India when it was targeted by CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) wherein it asked the makers of the movie to slash down the love scenes of Brett Lee the former Australian cricketer who is playing a lead role in the film.

However, the director feels that the scene is important for in perspective of the script and was shot in a tasteful fashion hence if the scene is deleted the director feels that it will hamper the essence of the film. The director then said to the tabloid that it is a beautiful scene wherein the lead actors are seen making love the first time. At the very time the parents of the lady are seen watching the spiritual leader over TV and listening to the Chakras.

The censor board on the other side is cutting down the scene along with giving the A certificate, which according to the director will hamper the essence of the movie, which happens to be a romantic-comedy. The film revolves around a teacher based in Australia played by Lee who falls in love with a divorced single mother. The film is releasing soon in Australia, which got delayed

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