Monday, June 1, 2015

Censor Board refuses certificate to Sunny Leone’s Mastizaade

Sunny Leone starrer Mastizaade is currently going through rough weather as the Censor Board has refused certifying the film. The sex comedy has got a second time rejection now. Understandably, the makers of the film have now gone to Film Certification Appellate Tribunal.
Actually, the flick was supposed to be released exactly one month ago – on May 1. However, it was referred to the Revising Committee of the Censor Board.
According to an inside source, the producers of the film were at least expecting the Board to make lots and lots of cuts in the film. However, an outright rejection has come as a blow and they are understandably dejected.
As a matter of fact, one of the members – a female member – of the board had suggested awarding the film an “A” certificate. This would mean the film would at least get released with an “A” along with some cuts. However, the out-and-out refusal to clear the film wasn’t something expected by the producers.
Pahlaj Nihalani, who is the Board chief, has informed that it was Nandini Sardesai was at the forefront of having the film stalled. However, the producer Pritish Nandy is not ready to believe this statement as he knows that Nandini Sardesai wasn’t present when the screening of the film took place on both occasions.