Jo Dooba So Paar gets into Censor Board trouble

Mumbai: Another film has fallen prey to the Censor Board’s ire. Not just the theatrical promo of Jo Dooba So Paar – It’s Love in Bihar got altered, but the film has been allotted a U/A certificate.

Says director Praveen Kumar, "I think this is really not fair, If we agreed to make the recommended changes then why did they give us a U/A certificate?"

The board had a problem with two words, ‘maa’ and ‘ghanta’ from dialogues "Aise ande to tumhare maa ne diye honge" and "Sharmaji knows ghanta", so they recommended beeping the two words from the theatrical promo.

The Censor Board had a problem with a line on the posters which reads ‘Bihari in love… is se khatarnaak baat to ho hi nahi sakti.’

Kumar isn’t keeping quiet this time and is planning to appeal again as the line is important for bringing out the essence of the film.

He says, “I plan to appeal and want them to reconsider their decision as I feel the entire Censor board is not difficult. But I appeal that its time we need to reform the procedure."

The film stars Rajat Kapoor, Vinay Pathak, Anand Tiwari, Sadia Siddque, Pitobash and Sita Spada and will hit the box office on 14 October.