New Delhi: Actress Kirti Kulhari Friday expressed her disappointment over Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) for making 12 cuts and adding two disclaimers in her forthcoming film Indu Sarkar. She says the censor board needs to grow up and let audience decide what they want to see.
“I think we desperately need some changes (in the censor board rules). I don’t know, but it has become like a process where every film needs to go through and I think you should watch the film with reference to the context.”
“Censor board needs to grow up and let the audiences grow up,” she said. ‘Kirti along with filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar, veteran singer-composer Bappi Lahiri and Miss India Tourism Ishika Taneja was in the capital to launch the film’s new song Dilli ki raat.
“After a Pink’, I wanted to do something with which people will get surprised again so, Indu Sarkar seemed as the perfect fit as it has Emergency as its backdrop. It’s a very important
subject. The title role that I played was very challenging and interesting,” Kirti said.
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