In the times of Censor Board specifying words that need to be bleeped or demanding scenes to be chopped in order to even attain certification, Baadshaho‘s director Milan Luthria has cleared the air on issue of self-censorship in fear of backlash from the ‘sanskari’ board.
While responding to questions during the trailer launch of the film, Luthria said “At this point I don’t know where this story came from. We have definitely not made a porn film.” He added, “I don’t think anybody decides how we edit the film. This is a straightforward film and is not likely to get into any trouble.”
Earlier, according to reports, the kissing scene and the bare body shots between Ileana D’Cruz and Devgn were trimmed as the makers did not want to “attract the wrath of the Censors.” The teaser of the film and the song Mere Rashke Qamar included an intimate scene between Ajay and Ileana.
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Baadshaho features Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, Ileana D’Cruz, Vidyut Jamwal and Esha Gupta in lead roles. Set in the emergency era of 1970s, it is the story of a mission to hide royal treasure from the government. THe trailer is weaved with hints of the central of story and loaded with exciting dialogues penned by Rajat Arora.
The film has already generated considerable buzz with the release of an exciting trailer as well as a song that seems to maintain curiosity surrounding the film. The flick is set to hit the theatres on September 1.
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