New Delhi: Ranbir Kapoor said that creative freedom gets curbed when censor board removes anything that even remotely sounds morally abrasive.
Notably, Ranbir's upcoming movie 'Tamasha' with Deepika Padukone has got some of its scenes deleted due to the usage of few mild abusive words.
Ranbir Kapoor. Pic/ Santa Banta
The 'Rockstar' actor mentioned that obviously its censor board's responsibility to balance movies and social values, but sometimes it gets too radical and strict because of which creativity gets hampered.
The 33-year-old actor added that censor board had no problem with his upcoming Imtiaz Ali's flick's kissing or love making scenes.
'Tamasha' is slated to hit the theatre on November 27.
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