The Golmaal 3 actor, who has produced his son Mahaakshay’s upcoming film, faces the wrath of the censor board over the lyrics of a song that mentions the names of these B-town babes without their consent
The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has taken strong offence to a song from the Mahaakshay Chakraborty-Sunil Shetty-Kay Kay Menon starrer Enemmy for its objectionable lyrics: “Dil pe kadam jo main rakh dun… Katrina ko, Kareena ko, Bipasha ko, Priyanka ko, Madonna ko, Shakira ko, pani kum chai kar dun.” The CBFC has asked the makers – producers Mithun Chakraborty and Yogeeta Bali and director Ashu Trikha to get a no-objection certificate (NOC) from all the actors mentioned in the song before it can approve it.
Reportedly, Ashu feels he has done nothing wrong and the song doesn’t put anybody in a bad light. We agree that there have been songs in the past like Munni badnaam hui that mentioned Amitabh Bachchan and Saif Ali Khan as Saifu and Lambu and even Govinda’s yesteryear songs like Madhuri Dixit mili raste mein khaye chane humne saste mein or the Hero no 1 track Gori tere naino mein hum bas jaate which named Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Rajesh Khanna, Dimple Kapadia among several other respected veteran actors of Bollywood.
But as far as this Enemmy number is concerned, the lyrics ‘pani kum chai kar dun’ is what apparently hasn’t gone down too well with the Censor Board. And after this entire hullabaloo, our khabroo informs us that the track has been removed from the DVD.
So BollywoodLifers, do you think Mithunda will get a NOC from Bebo, PeeCee, Kat and Bips?