Ajay Devgan’s Aakrosh Faces Censor Board’s Ire
The Central Board for Film Certification (CBFC) is not happy with the scenes of Ajay Devgan-starrer Aakrosh and demanded 30 cuts or changes in the dialogue of the film. The flick is based on honour killing.
According to reports the film's production house is not likely to make any changes and may request CBFC revising committee for the same.
Regional officer of CBFC revealed,"We have issued a show-cause notice asking the producer to delete some dialogue. The examining committee has objected to derogatory remarks made against the CBI, caste, community and women and has asked them to delete it."
Another source claims that there is wide usage of offensive dialogues with remarks against women in the flick. Confirming the news an industry insider says,"The examining committee has asked the producer to either delete or replace this language with milder words.”
Kumar Mangat, producer of the film, objecting to the cuts said, "There are some cuts that we may make, but not all of them. We are planning to move the revising committee."
About the release date Mangat said, "At present, I am not very certain of the release date. Unless issues with the censor board are resolved, I will not be able to decide on it."