Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aaryan’s most awaited flick Love Aaj Kal will be a treat for the audience with its release on February 14, 2020. While the duo promoting the film in full swing on all the possible audio-visual mediums, it got its CBFC certification just recently. The said organization has given the film U/A certificate but only after hacking off some of the intimate scenes, extreme exposing of assets and replacing and muting few cuss words, as per reports.
As per reports in Bollywood Hungama, the CBFC body has asked the maker to remove the lovemaking scene at the opening of the film. Further reducing this lovemaking scene to merely a flash, CBFC also picked the makers for the excessive skin show in a certain scene. According to reports, the association has instructed the makers to blur cleavage visible in one of the intimate scenes in the movie. Besides this, they have also asked the makers to remove the scene where the actor is seen undressing. ALSO READ: Love Aaj Kal Promotions: Kartik Aaryan Gatecrashes A Wedding In Delhi, His Fans Go Berserk- WATCH VIDEO
Followed by asking the maker to censor a couple of slang and cuss words used in the film. The list includes, ‘f**k’, ‘f*****g’, ‘a**’ and to add to it, they have told the makers to replace the word ‘Har***zaadon’ to ‘Saale besharmo’. Thus, after axing all these elements getting the final movie duration to be 2 hours 21 minutes, the film is set to release on Valentine’s Day. ALSO READ: Sara Ali Khan Recollects Playing With Deepika Padukone’s Lip Glosses On The Sets Of Love Aaj Kal; Shares Her Fun Times With The Star
It also stars Randeep Hooda and Arushi Sharma in pivotal roles. Helmed by Imitiaz Ali it narrates a story of two couples set in two different eras. ALSO READ: What’s The Joke, Guys? Love Aaj Kal Stars Sara Ali Khan And Kartik Aaryan Snapped Sharing A Light Moment
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