Mumbai: The Central Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) in India is growing so intolerant that it is often suppressing the imagination of filmmakers and not letting them convey what they want.
After a series of ludicrous controversies, the draconian Censor Board has now objected to the use of the word ‘intercourse’ in one of the mini trails of Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film, ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’.
If one sees the actual trail, the word wasn’t used in vulgar manner and the usage of the word is very natural when two adults indulge in discussion. CBFC, which allegedly keeps in search of even minute possibilities to apply its scissors on films and prove its existence, somehow seems to have found the word objectionable and asked SRK to remove it.
As the Board can’t apply censorship on the content propagated on internet, it has issued a diktat to stop the broadcast of the trail on television. Netizens are fuming over the ‘Sanskari’ Censor Board for still following the ‘Stone Age’ principles.