CBFC refused to certify Lipstick Under My Burkha, rejecting it on the charges of being 'lady-oriented'
On Tuesday, 'Make PINK Tax Free' was trending on Twitter. "Pink is a lesson which has been skipped or misinterpreted during the course of upbringing," said a user
SPECTRE, rated UA, has had its kissing scenes chopped by half on the Censor's orders, triggering not only a chain reaction of jokes on Twitter but also public criticism of Censor chief Pahlaj Nihalani by Board member Ashoke Pandit
Indian audiences and celebrities like Ashoke Pandit, Shirish Kunder and Chetan Bhagat have criticised the Indian Censor Board for making James Bond, the famous British spy, Sanskari in his latest film SPECTRE. Mr Pandit tweeted: Pahlaj Nihalani has always functioned on his own accord and I don't subscribe to his curtailing of creative rights