With a couple of days to go before Suniel Shetty starrer 'Enemmy' hits the screens, the actor and filmmakers are unhappy over the censor Board bracketing the movie in the 'A' category.
Shetty, along with costar Yuvika Chaudhary and director Ashu Trikha, addressing a press conference at Cafe Oz here on Wednesday said, "It is a movie that reflects the present system. We have no objectionable scenes or even words, so I can't understand why the censor board has bracketed the movie under the 'A' category."
Shetty said, "They have told us that the theme of the movie is adult. We can't understand on what basis it has been judged."
Talking of his role, Shetty said, "I play a cop who is assigned a task to find out how money moves from Mumbai and disappears in Delhi. It is a movie that one can see with the family."
Trikha said the censor board needed to change its approach.
Meanwhile, the team visited the salon, Cleopatra, and interacted with the staff and media.