Hollywood movie Fifty Shades Of Grey, which was recently not given clearance by the Central Board of Film Certification has now been submitted to the revising committee after making some edits. The film that was supposed to release on Valentine’s Day, is still in the censorship process and will be held till the revising committee makes a decision.
According to the Film Certification Board, some of the steamy sex scenes included in the movie were to be removed completely. For which Universal Pictures had voluntarily toned down the sex scenes and removed all the nudity. However even after the changes made the film was not passed by the censor board and objections were made regarding some of the dialogues used in the film.
Fifty Shades Of Grey starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson is based on the best-selling erotic book series written by author E. L. James. The story revolves around the story of a college graduate and a business magnate who get involved in a sadomasochistic relationship. The film is currently a box office hit in the US. The film has been banned in Malaysia, Indonesia and Kenya. It premiered recently in Sri Lanka after undergoing the censorship process.
The chief executive of Central Board of film Certification, Shravan Kumar declined to say that why the panel refused to approve the film adaptation. Final decision will hence be announced after the revising committee has reviewed the film.
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