Disha Patani, Aditya Roy Kapur, Anil Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu starrer Malang has caught everyone’s attention for its bold concept, involving drugs and violence, and of course, Disha and Aditya’s steaming hot scenes and this has piqued movie buffs curiosity and interest towards the film. However, there are some things that are not acceptable by a group of section and have asked to edit it accordingly. We are talking about CBFC - The Central Board of Film Certification who have asked the makers to chop a few scenes but this does not include the hot and intimate scenes between Aditya and Disha.
According to Times Of India reports, Mohit Suri’s Malang has been granted ‘A’ certificate from CBFC. Along with the certification, they have also chopped off verbal cuts where there has been a use of drug – related terms like ‘ecstasy,’ ‘pot,’ and ‘joint.’ The board did not have any issue with the intimate scenes between Disha and Aditya. The reports further stated that CBFC has also asked to remove a particular scene involving a religious symbol. ALSO READ: Malang Trailer- 5 Things We Like: Disha Patani's Sultriness To Anil Kapoor's One-liners, The Trailer Is A HIT
Apart from the cuts, CBFC has asked to add a disclaimer during the filming which will contain a message that the characters of Malang do not support any kind of violence or atrocities against women. ALSO READ: Malang Trailer Twitter Reaction: Fans Are In Awe Of Anil Kapoor, Disha Patani-Aditya Roy Kapur’s Chemistry
Talking about the film, Malang talks about unleashing the madness of all the four characters which is taking someone else’s life but in different ways. Since their characters have pretty intrigued the viewers, moviegoers are now waiting for February 7, 2020. The film will be clashing it with Hina Khan’s Bollywood debut film, Hacked, helmed by Vikram Bhatt.
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