Rani elaborates, "I'm very comfortable abusing on screen, and my role is of a TV reporter. My character's name is Meera Bedi. She is a fearless journalist and is in a way heroic. I think women journalists are that way and I'm playing one of them."
In fact, the intensity of abuses is very high and in one scene, she shows the middle finger to a person, but the Censor Board has strongly objected on the scene.
Rani adds, “Nowadays, the middle finger is used a lot. I was very comfortable showing the middle finger. If I was not comfortable, I wouldn't have done it."
She ends saying, “As an actor I just follow what my director asks me to do. The job of the Censor Board is to censor things. So obviously they will censor things which they are not approving of and find objectionable. I have done my job as an actor. Now it's the producers' job to convince the Censor Board."