ABCD 2 starring Varun Dhawan and Sharaddha Kapoor in trouble with the Censor Board

Buzz is that the  film’s director Remo D’Souza has been approached by the board with regards to the usage of a line that is derogatory to Indians.

Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor’s ABCD 2 is all set to hit our screens on June 19.Good news for the team, is that it has been cleared by the Censor Board Of Film Certification and been given a ‘U’ certificate. The board however did have its share of problems with Remo regarding a line used in the film, which was derogatory to the Indian audience. Reports suggest that the board has asked the director to remove the line ‘All Indians are beggars’ as it could be offend the Indian audience.

The line has been chopped off from the film and the rest of the scenes are untouched. A source from the Censor Board, while talking to an entertainment portal revealed,” We were mesmerized by Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor and Prabhudheva’s dancing. The film is clean healthy family fare. And we all felt there was no reason to not give the film a ‘U’ certification. However one line had to go. It referred to Indians in a derogatory manner. Censor guidelines specify that no utterances insulting any nationality or community must be allowed.”

Well if “All is Well” then we are all set to watch the dancing newbies together. Wish Ramzan day will be lucky for the director.


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