Recently we reported, Central Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) removed a list of words, which cannot be used in any film. The list of words had those words, which are violent against women and other double meaning kind of words. The list also disallows use of the word “Bombay” to describe India’s commercial capital, which was renamed to Mumbai in 1996. (Censor Board Issues List Of Abusive Words Which Are Banned)
There after CBFC has started taking steps to cut off those bad and violent words from the film. Actor Varun Dhawan’s Badlapur, which is to release on February 20, had to delete some scenes and words from the film as asked by CBFC.
Badlapur is an aggressive and a violent film, carries some abusive English words not just once, but twice- thrice. According to the reports, CBFC had objection with three abusive words, which are now replaced and some of them deleted.
The ‘F’ word have been used twice in the film, is now replaced by word hell. The other word F***ing has been muted from the film.
Badlapur is based on a real life incident that happened decades ago. It’s a story of a family man who sets out to take revenge after being wronged. Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays the role of a killer; Huma Qureshi plays the role of a prostitute.
Seems CBFC has eye on every film to be released now, the directors of the movie have to be alert while using any abusive word in the film.