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11:48 am - Thursday December 14, 2017

Bhoomi item song by Sunny Leone faces Censor scissors – fans to face disappointment

The Censor Board always has a last laugh because of the immense powers vested with it. And with power comes responsibility. The Central Board of Film Certification is a statutory censorship and classification body under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.

Bhoomi has been at the receiving end and it’s been told to delete at least 12 scenes. And the audience won’t mind about it; but what troubles the filmmakers is the trimming of Sunny leone’s item number in it. It has been trimmed to such an extent that the cinegoers would only be able to enjoy what has been shown so far on the web or TV. CBFC also deleted the rape scene in the movie which seems to be a wise move but item song… Nah. Bhoomi makers can do well to release the uncensored version of the song on Youtube.

They may be able to recover some of the loses. Now some people would wonder – if it can be released on teh internet, why not in theatres? Actually, theatre is a public place and one might feel uncomfortable especially when friends and family are watching the movie alongside.

But on internet, one is watching it alone in total privacy. Even the Supreme Court had refused to ban porn on internet in 2015. Declining a plea to pass an interim order to block porn websites in India, the Supreme Court said it cannot stop an adult from exercising his fundamental right to personal liberty to watch porn within the privacy of his room.

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