Sex climactic shot of Brett Lee-Tannishtha falling off from the bed in ecstasy butchered

No time and inclination to fight the Censor Board, the film's director flies back to Australia in disgust

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Sex climactic shot of Brett Lee-Tannishtha falling off from the bed in ecstasy butchered

SpotboyE.com brings you the latest update on the former Aussie speedster Brett Lee's sex scene with the Angry Indian Goddesses actress Tannishtha Chatterjee in UnIndian which has been in the news since the past two days.

Straight to the point. Not only the much talked about Lee-Tannishtha sex scene has been chopped by the Board from 68 seconds to 26 seconds, but even the director Anupam Sharma's request to the Board to insert a line declaring that "the scene has been modified for the Indian audience" has been rejected.

Above all, Anupam had to adhere to the Board's diktat that the "sideways visual and end climactic shot" of the sex scene has to be eliminated and  "not be synchronised with mantra chanting". 

The sequence involves Tannishtha making passionate love to Lee, and Om Shreem Hreem mantras being chanted in the background. The shot culminates in the two falling off from the bed on the floor as they achieve satisfaction.


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Meanwhile, Anupam, has got a U/A certificate from the Pahlaj Nihalani led Censor Board for his film and gone back to Australia extremely disappointed. 

UnIndian is about an Indian single mother living in Australia who causes a scandal in her family when she falls in love with a white man. The film was shot in Sydney.

All said and done, Anupam and the film's producer Krian Pictures feel that the lovemaking scene has ended up being extremely diluted as they had no option but to not pursue the fight with the Censors since they want to meet their deadline of the worldwide release on 
August 19. Says a source, "They will try to retain the scene in most countries, but it will again depend on the local censors. However, the scene will be seen in full in the theatres in the US where there is a Rating System."

Is it high time that we adopt the Rating System as in the US which our film industry and even some Censor Board members have been talking about? Or is it just a farcical discussion which we are having time and again and things will continue to remain as per the Cinematograph Act 1952 in our land?


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