04 January 2016

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Prakash Jha ordered to Censor language in Jai Gangaajal movie

Prakash Jha ordered to Censor language in Jai Gangaajal movie

The Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has asked Prakash Jha to beep word
'saala' wherever it is used in his upcoming film, 'Jai Gangaajal'

Saala, is word which is used by everyone in India just like word Hi, Saala is a very common word.

But Saala word figures in Chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani's infamous cuss list.

Prakash Jha said "How many beeps can you have in a film?"
I was offered a 'UA' with 11 cuts which wasn't acceptable. There is no rule saying certain cuss words cannot be used,"

Censor Board in India is nothing but the Board which controls what to show in the movie.

In reality in Democracy there is no place for the body like Censor Board.

India needs to adopt Global Standards, need to start to give ratings same way like USA.

Let us Hope PM Modi will scrap the moral police board called as Censor Board of India.

Reality views by sm –
Monday, January 4, 2016

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Destination Infinity January 04, 2016  

Someone recently leaked a 'beep' song in TN :P Even during the 70s and 80s, I think saala was commonly used in Hindi movies. I don't understand why someone will find fault with it now.

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sukhbir badal January 20, 2016  

censor board is just a bunch of madaaries..