The most awaited film of Shah Rukh Khan with Nayantara, "Jawan" gets a U/A Certificate from the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC). The film will be the first Indian to have the action scenes done by 6 epic stunt directors, who previously worked on Avengers and Star Trek, releasing on September 7. Sources disclose the changes made in the film are significant, reducing the length to 169 minutes.
The Censor Board has approved the film and given an 'A' certificate to the Akshay Kumar starrer- 'OMG 2' with 27 modifications. The changes include “modified the entire portrayal pf the character Shiv ji and presented him as a devotee and messenger of God. Other changes include deleted of ‘frontal nudity and suitably replaced with visual of Naga Sadhus’ and removed the ‘poster of Mood X condom on the billboard.
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Akshay Kumar starrer "OMG 2" finally got an 'A' certificate approval from the Censor Board. In the approval, the Central Board of Film Certification gave no cuts to the movie, however, gave 25 modifications to the film. Written and directed by Amit Rai, the film also stars Pankaj Tripathi, Yami Gautam Dhar, Govind Namdev and Arun Govil in pivotal roles, and is set to release on August 11.
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After the recent controversy of "Adipurush", the Censor Board is being cautious and ensuring approval after proper review. Notably, the Akshay Kumar and Pankaj Tripathi starter "OMG:2" is being sent to the revision committee, putting on hold. The board will review the film, to make sure, there is no scene which could hurt religious sentiments and raise controversy amongst the audience. The film is set to release on August 11… read-more
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Akshay Kumar starrer "Raksha Bandhan" got U-certificate from the censor board, on August 4. Notably, U certificate is a rare one, which means viewing is completely unrestricted. Directed by Anand L Rai, the movie shared the story of a brother-sister bond and is set to release on August 11, the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, in India. Furthermore, the movie is clashing with Aamir Khan's Laal Singh Chaddha.
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Union Broadcasting minister Prakash Javadekar on January 31 announced that the government will soon release the guidelines for OTT platforms. Reportedly the move came after several complaints were received against serials including the recent release of web series Tandav on Amazon Prime. The need of guidelines arises because the OTT platforms and digital newspapers do not come under purview of the Press Council Act, Cable Television Networks… read-more
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A complaint has been made to the Censor Board of Film Certification by the Indian Air Force (IAF) against the Dharma Production's movie 'Gunjan Saxena- The Kargil Girl'. The IAF has stated that initially Dharma Production had agreed on showing the originality of the IAF and inspire the young generation, but certain scenes and dialogues have "portrayed the IAF in an undue negative light."
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