The producer of "Angry Indian Goddesses", the Pan Nalin film which released last week, released a video of all the scenes and words that the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) had cut from the movie.
“We were asked to blur the images of Lakshmi and Kali, shorten a lovemaking scene and delete a kiss. There was also a suggestion to delete the word ‘lunch’ in a scene where a girl is told by her friend ‘Here comes your lunch’ upon spotting a man,” Gaurav Dhingra, the film’s producer had earlier told The Indian Express.
The video of the censored content was uploaded on the official Facebook page of the movie and has dialogues like, “Listen, I have the Indian figure okay?”, “Who's the state to decide?” and also includes visuals of Hindu goddesses on title cards.
You can watch the full video here:
Angry Indian Goddesses — Censored!
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The censor board recently received flak after it cleared "Spectre", the latest edition of James Bond series, with a UA certification after four cuts, two of them on the grounds that there was "unnecessary" kissing between Daniel Craig and his co-stars. Several swear words in the movie had also been muted.
The board reportedly had no problems against James Bond kissing, but it found the length of the kisses to be unnecessarily excessive.