"I'll think carefully before doing a bold scene. I wouldn't do it just like that, it depends on the script, the director," the 33-year-old said at a party given for Ashvin Kumar's film 'The Forest'.
When it comes to bold films or scenes, filmmakers have to worry about the censor board. Aditi feels that censor should award certificates and leave the rest to audiences.
"Why should somebody decide what we can watch and what we can't? The sense is that they certify which age group can watch a particular film or not," said Aditi.
"A-certified films are for a more mature audience and it makes sense because they are more real. If you show people in love, then obviously you will show them kissing and all," added the actress who was last seen in 'London Paris New York'.
Aditi debuted in Bollywood with a small role in 'Delhi 6' and was later seen in 'Yeh Saali Zindagi' and 'Rockstar'.
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