Fifty Shades Of Grey Banned In India By Censor Board

Fifty-Shades-Of-GreyCensor Board Of Film Certification has banned to release the big screen adaptation of erotic novel “Fifty Shades Of Grey” in India.

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Censor Board has objected the film to release it in India as it contains some erotic scenes and dialogues. The chief executive of Central Board of film Certification, Shravan Kumar declined to say that why the panel refused to approve the film adaptation.

Reportedly a Universal pictures source familiar with the review process said that the board had objected to some of the film’s dialogue, even after the studio made voluntary edits to the film to tone down its sex scenes and removed all nudity.

Fifty Shades Of Grey” is a movie based on erotic novel based on same title E.L James. Not just this book itself is under criticism for its sadomasochist sexual content in the west as well.

The novel had the best selling internationally, though film couldn’t go that well. The film stars Hollywood actors Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dordan in the lead roles.

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