The 'Angry Indian Goddesses' filmmakers have uploaded a funny video compilation of all the scenes and dialogues that were chopped by the censor board.
'Angry Indian Goddesses'
The film, billed as first female-buddy Indian movie, has been directed by Pan Nalin and stars Sandhya Mridul, Sarah Jane-Dias, Amrit Maghera and Tanishtha Chatterjree, among others.
The over one-minute-long clips shows various sequences and dialogues the censor board asked the makers to remove before awarding it an 'A' certificate. The dialogues that were chopped include 'I have the Indian figure' and 'Sarkar kaun hoti hai decide karne wali' (The government is nobody to decide).
"Exclusive Facebook Release - Bringing to you on popular demand and as promised, an Exclusive Video of 'ALL THE XXXXXX'S which the Censors don't want you to watch or hear'," read the post on the official page of the movie.
Other cuts include a scene where one of the characters put on the wall a Goddess Kali and calls her the 'Angriest Indian Goddess', a sequence when a girl says to her friends that she wants to have lunch and another says, while looking at a guy walking towards them, "Lunch toh saamne se aaraha hai."
Sandhya also shared the link on her Twitter page, writing, "Before the CensorBORED us! Watch & laugh! #AngryIndianGoddesses #humnekisikakyabigadabhai."
The censor board was ridiculed on social networking sites for shortening kissing scenes in the 24th James Bond film 'Spectre'.