CBFC wants Kangana Ranaut’s language to be cleaned out in ‘Simran’! – The film has gone to the Central Board of Film Certification and has been pulled up for several cuss words, abuses, and profanities
Trouble is in store for Kangana Ranaut’s next, Simran, which has been in the news for her ‘true-confessions’ styled marketing. The film has gone to the Central Board of Film Certification and has been pulled up for several cuss words, abuses, and profanities. A member from the film’s creative team says that it’s because of the nature of the protagonist. The source says, “Kangana’s character speaks from the heart and talks first, thinks later. There’s no filter for her. When the CBFC saw the film, they did not appreciate the profusion of gaalis and colourful language.” Reportedly, the CBFC has ordered Kangana’s language to be cleaned out. Hansal Mehta, known to be a champion of freedom of expression, had taken his previous film Aligarh to the Tribunal when the board asked for some cuts. Will he do the same now?