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Like me, Censor doesn't have a sex life: KJo

bollywood Updated: Dec 02, 2011 17:25 IST

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After the Censor board raised objection to the use of the word 'sex' in the forthcoming Kareena-Imran starrer Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu, necessary change has been made.

The board had asked producer Karan Johar to remove the 's' word from Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu trailer, so as to qualify for U-certificate.

Written and directed by debutant Shakun Batra, the film pairs Imran and Kareena for the first time.

Talking about the issue, he said: "Censor and I have the same problem...we both don't have sex life."

Ek Main Aur Ek TuThe scene in question has Kareena and Imran sitting in a divorce lawyer's office, where he asks if they have had sex. Kareena replies 'Yes', Imran says 'No'.

"Censor was not okay with the use of the word 'sex'. We have changed that," Shakun told reporters here after the launch of the first look of the film last evening.

The film is set for a Valentine's Day release.

Karan denied that the film was inspired by What Happens In Vegas.

"There is no similarity. They are two different films, also in terms of experience. The fact that the film is shot in Vegas and the two protagonists get married under the moment of influence only makes it seem that the film is like What Happens in Vegas. I can't remake a film without obtaining the rights," he said.