Ae Dil Hai Mushkil CBFC certificate reveals cuts; kisses and allusions to goddesses chopped
Pictures of a certificate from the film certifying body has gone viral on social media revealing all the changes demanded by them in the film.
Like many other Bollywood films Ae Dil Hai Mushkil also faced some cuts by the Censor Board. Pictures of a certificate from the film certifying body has gone viral on social media revealing all the changes demanded by them in the film.
While the film has received a UA certificate, the CBFC has recommended some cuts in the dialouges as well. Apart from 50 percent of Anushka's kissing scenes, a few dialogues are also altered or deleted. 'Kiska zyaada hot hai' is replaced by 'Kaun zyada hot hai', 'Saraswati ko dabao' is replaced by 'Saraswati ko chupao' and a scene with the dialogue 'Umra mein badi hai, experience bhi kamaal ka hai' is deleted.
Here are the leaked pictures:
After the examination the anti-smoking scroll was added whenever smoking appears on the screen and the fiction disclaimer is displayed for an increased duration.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil recently crossed one of its major hurdles when MNS 'allowed' the film to be released peacefully after protesting over Pakistani actor Fawad Khan's presence in the film.
The makers had to bow down to certain demands made by the political party to reach this consensus. Earlier Ajay Devgn had claimed that director Karan Johar had bribed KRK to give favourable reviews to his film while giving Devgn's film Shivaay poor reviews.
The film will be releasing on 28 October, 2016.
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