Actress Sonakshi Sinha’s upcoming film, ‘Noor’ was also recently caught up in CBFC board’s clutches for the use of words like ‘Dalit’ and a liquor brands name.
Post being asked to remove the same, the film board has finally granted U/A certificate to the movie.
Speaking on the same, a CBFC official said, “We have raised objection to use of certain words like ‘Dalit’ and sex toy to be replaced by ‘adult site’.”
Having accepted CBFC’s decision, director Sunhil Sippy said, “The objection raised by CBFC over certain words was not affecting the narrative of the film. So we have accepted it. We were told the use of Dalit is in reference to a community so it’s asked to be removed. We have got U/A certificate.”
Based on Pakistani writer Saba Imtiaz’s novel ‘Karachi, You’re Killing Me!’ the movie narrates the tale of scribe-writer Noor’s misadventures and love life in the city of dreams, Mumbai.