Noor director Sunhil Sippy confirmed that these edits had been ordered but said that the cuts were minor and made no difference to the narrative
Censor Board has demanded a crucial line to be cut from a forthcoming movie because three words in it are the same as the title of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly radio address to the nation, Mann Ki Baat
CBFC refused to certify Lipstick Under My Burkha, rejecting it on the charges of being 'lady-oriented'
Lipstick Under My Burkha: "Someone shows guts to bring out the reality and CBFC steps in," read a tweet
The makers of Akshay Kumar's Jolly LLB 2 accepted The Bombay Hgh Court's judgement and will release the film with four cuts
Pahlaj Nihalani said, "Yes, we have removed the gay kiss from the first song in Befikre. The whole song is about various couples of different ages kissing all over Paris. We felt the gay kiss would not be acceptable to all the viewers"
"We have no problem or concern with the gender of two people in love, as long as they conduct themselves within the guidelines that have been provided to us," Pahlaj Nihalani said
"If it gets pushed ahead, so it will be beneficial to us (Housefull 3)," said Akshay asked on being told that Udta Punjabs original release date was June 17 but could get delayed.
Udta Punjab is battling the Censor Board's prescribed 89 cuts, led by co-producer Anurag Kashyap who is campaigning to have the film release in its current form
"Definitely I can say, from my knowledge and observation, they didn't even accept gifts that come during Diwali, so I'm proud of my staff. They have accepted the challenge and they're doing it day and night," said Pahlaj Nihalani, who also added that under his leadership, there was no delay in certification of films
"If the makers feel it is not justified then let them take a public opinion on this. Tell me, is the subject of homosexuality for kids? For teenagers? We have already cleared the film and now they are creating a controversy. This is a cheap publicity stunt by him (Hansal Mehta)," said Mr Nihalani
"Now, things have changed after 12 years. The new generation has more aspirations in a growing and developing India. I had never stopped acting. This time, I am acting for the audience. Earlier, I used to act for myself," said Prakash Jha. Jai Gangaajal, starring Priyanka Chopra, is a sequel to 2003's Gangaajal