Recently, the Central Board of Film Certification saw its new office bearers. Headed by Bollywood producer Pahlaj Nihalani, the new officials started their outing with beeping out the word 'Bombay' in singer Mihir Joshi's song. Later an alleged leaked document revealed a list of cuss words which are to be banned in films. However, during all this 'cleansing', the Censor Board forgot the tradition that it has been carrying since its beginning. Here's a list of such scenes which could have been clipped, but CBFC passed them without any objection.
Song: Sarkai Lo Khatiya
Film: Raja Babu
Just take a look at Govinda and Karisma's moves and you'll understand how Kamasutra is deeply embedded in our culture. We have just given the Censor Board a good point of argument.
Scene: Bank robbery scene
Film: Grand Masti
It's difficult to justify the orgasmic sounds and outrageous objectification of women in this sequence. Watch it and you'll know.
Scene: Candle scene
Film: Kya Super Kool Hain Hum
The two leading ladies of the film purchase some candles which are misunderstood for something else by Tusshar Kapoor. What follows is idiotic, gross and absolutely rubbish.
Film: Super Nani
Bharati (Rekha) is a housewife stuck in the '70s. She gets scolded, beaten and over abused while her husband enjoys all the pleasant things of the world. Come on, we thought the Censor Board was against such regressive themes.
Well, you may leave Gunda as it has acquired a 'cult' status by now, and holds a great status among people who are into 'torture porn'. Deshdrohi because it has KRK.
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