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Johnny Lever’s character name changed in Akshay Kumar’s Entertainment!
The makers of the film made a last minute change to the comedian’s character name. Find out why
The censor board has objected to the way Johnny Lever’s character’s name has been mispronounced in the forthcoming film Entertainment and asked its makers to change it. Click here to read more
Why are the makers of Lateef upset over censor board’s objection?
The CBFC has laid objections over the film’s promo. Read on to find out why…
The producer and director of Lateef – The King of Crime, a film based on the Gujarat mafia of the late 1980s, are upset that the Central Board of Film Certification has objected to their promoting the movie on TV due to a specific dialogue related to Gujarat. The movie has released but its makers faced trouble in getting their 20-second trailer passed, and they can’t promote it on TV due to the objection. Click here to read more
Rohit Shetty’s Ajay Devgn-Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer Singham Returns runs into censor board trouble
The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has received a lot of complaints against the sequel of the 2011 superhit Singham. Read on to find out why…
Rohit Shetty’s Singham Returns has run into trouble with the CBFC. Many Hindu organisation have lodged over a 100 complains stating that the Ajay Devgn-Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer film has shown Hindus in a bad light. In most of those complaints the organisations have urged the makers of the film to delete some specific scenes from the film. Whereas some organisations have asked for a complete ban on the film. Click here to read more
Huge Jackman’s nude butt shot in X-Men: DOFP gets censored for Indian audiences!
The X-Men actor’s nude scene will not be available for Indian audiences
It’s final! Hugh Jackman‘s nude-bum shot in the seventh installment of X-Men, titled X-Men: Days Of Future Past, has been removed from the Indian release. Rakesh Kumar, CEO of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) confirmed that the shot has been removed. Directed by Bryan Singer, the film is releasing here Friday with a U/A certificate. Click here to read more
Sunny Leone to be deported after opposition from HJS?
The Hindu Janjagruti Samiti has referred to Sunny’s latest film as an assault on the culture
The Hindu Janjagruti Samiti (HJS) has demanded a ban on the Sunny Leone’s ‘Ragini MMS 2‘ as well as the deportation of Bollywood star from India in its memorandum submitted to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). Click here to read more
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. Click here to read more
Why was Anurag Kashyap furious at Tata memorial hospital doctor?
The ace director’s Ugly received an open letter from the cancer surgeon. Read on to know what was in it that infuriated the Gangs of Wasseypur maker
Anurag Kashyap has been infuriated over the non-release of Ugly for most part of last year. But after the court registered his RTI against the ‘Mukesh Ki Kahaani’ disclaimer, he was enjoying some happy moments. If we recall, Kashyap had expressed his angst against the masking of cigarettes in films and he didn’t wish to have the anti-smoking message displayed during the film. He considered it as “a gross violation of his creative expression and fundamental rights”. Click here to read more
Why is Ya Rab being dragged to the court?
After facing trouble with Central Board of Film Certification, it seems Ya Rab’s ordeals are not over yet!
The Jamiat Ulama-e-Maharashtra (JUeM) has taken strong objection to the depiction of madrassas as schools of terror in the forthcoming Bollywood movie Ya Rab, an activist said here Wednesday. Click here to read more
Will there be no Grand Masti on Television?
Here is the latest goss about the adult sex comedy
Grand Masti, one of the most successful films of 2013, is under the scanner once again. The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) is causing trouble yet again. CBFC has been strict with many films lately. Be it Shahid, Ugly or Lakshmi, almost every movie has faced the wrath of the CBFC when it came to their certifications. Now we get to know that the CBFC has gone a step further and refused the makers of Grand Masti to telecast it on television. Click here to read more
Mahesh Bhatt: Censor Board was not ready to clear Ya Rab
Ya Rab shows the battle between two ideologies. One group represents the Islamic principle of compassion and respect for human life while the other incites youth to avenge alleged atrocities on Muslims.
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, who is supporting and co-producing Ya Rab, a film based on religious fundamentalists in Islam, says the movie faced a lot of trouble with the Censor Board as the board’s examining committee was not ready to clear it with a U/A certificate. Click here to read more
Rajkummar Rao: I was not thrown out of Anushka Sharma’s NH10!
Once known as Raj Kumar, the Kai Po Che actor is a busy man these days. He has been shooting for one film and is starting the next without a break. From on-location, the Haryana born actor talks about Queen and Citylights…
Tell us about your characters in the films…
In Citylights I am playing the character of a guy who comes from Rajasthan to Mumbai for a better life and then, how his life pans out. That is what the story is about. It’s a Hansal Mehta film – I have previously done Shahid with Hansal. In Queen I play a typical Delhi boy who falls in love with a girl and would do anything to get her. Click here to read more
Has Salman Khan irked politicians with Jai Ho?
The CBFC has cut a couple of violent scenes and has asked to redub a dialogue from Sohail Khan’s upcoming film
Salman Khan’s Jai Ho has also not been spared by the Central Bureau Of Film Certification (CBFC). A couple of violent scenes have been chopped off from the film by the censor board along with the re-dubbing of a dialogue, which indicates the corruptness of the politicians. Click here to read more
Why did CBFC’s Rakesh Kumar threaten to sue Dedh Ishqiya makers?
The newly appointed CEO of the film certification body was unhappy with the makers of the Madhuri Dixit Nene starrer film for not following his instructions. Read on to know what did he demand in return from the filmmakers…
Dedh Ishqiya makers are under the scanner once again. This time they have been pulled by CEO of Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), Rakesh Kumar. After resuming post recently Rakesh checked the latest release Dedh Ishqiya, and discovered that they had not followed the rules as directed. Click here to read more
Is it a war between Anurag Kashyap and CBFC’s Rakesh Kumar?
The newly appointed CBFC CEO promises not to let the Gangs Of Wasseypur filmmaker win the smoking disclaimer case. Is it just a matter of duty or has this become personal?
Rakesh Kumar, the recently appointed CEO of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), is visibly unhappy with Anurag Kashyap. Rakesh is unhappy about the content of the films made by the filmmaker and says that he uses language which can’t be spoken in front of the universal public. Click here to read more
Is CBFC deliberately ignoring Nagesh Kukunoor’s Lakshmi?
Lakshmi has been widely appreciated at all the platforms that it has been showcased. Then why is the CBFC ignoring the movie? Are they too scared to face the reality?
Nagesh Kukunoor’s latest offering, Lakshmi was recently screened at the Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) 2014 in California and that it was received by a houseful show, didn’t surprise us at all. Click here to read more