Is Sunny Leone too hot for television?

Ragini MMS’s latest song Maine khud ko took a long time to be cleared by the censor board. Read on to know why…

The Central Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) is at it again. This time the sexy Sunny Leone is the victim of censorship troubles. The makers of Sunny Leone’s upcoming film Ragini MMS 2 had to kaato a lot of chakkars of the Censor Board’s office.

Our khabroos inform us that the CBFC apparently found the song, Maine khud ko, from the film a bit too hot for television viewing. They asked the makers to tone down the video, which apparently was not going well with the movie’s theme. Thus, the makers will now release the unedited version online and would continue with a less steamy version of the song for television viewing. The song shows the sexy Sunny Leone and debutant Saahil Prem in a lovemaking scene. Talking to a leading daily a source said, “The Censor Board thought it was too steamy. After making the necessary cuts, the promo was finally cleared for TV audiences on Wednesday (March 12) and should go on air today (March 14).”

However the other songs from the movie—Baby doll and Chaar botal vodka did not take this long to be cleared by the CBFC. The source informed, “The Censor Board took two-three weeks to pass it (Maine khud ko).” Tanuj Garg, spokesperson of the production house making the film, informed, “It is true that the song took long to censor. Several changes had to be made to the video. The original version, however, will be available online.”

Now we can’t understand why the censor board had to become so khadoos while suggesting cuts in sexy Sunny Leone’s films. We would prefer seeing the unedited version online. What about you peeps?