The Censor Board seems to have sprung into action yet again. And this time Sanjay Gupta’s upcoming gangster film has come under CBFC’s radar.
The board has apparently taken an objection to certain words in Sunny Leone’s item number in the film from being aired as part of the television promo. And to comply with the board’s demands, the makers have altered the lyrics from Laila teri le legi to Laila teri loot legi for the telly audience.
A source says, “The Censor Board felt that it had to be changed to make it more appropriate for the TV audience. The makers had to re-dub the line and the new version will now be shown on television.”
Tanuj Garg, CEO of the production house says, “Yes, various modifications had to be made in the Laila promo at the behest of CBFC to get it aired on TV.”
Why Tusshar Kapoor shuttled between Delhi and Mumbai four days in a row to shoot this song
It was almost a date drama for Tusshar Kapoor recently. The actor had two shoot schedules in Mumbai and Delhi on the same days.
According to sources, the actor’s dates on the sets of Sanjay Gupta’s upcoming film in Mumbai and Shashant Shah’s Bajaate Raho in the national capital were coinciding with each other. And Tusshar had to shoot for the Mumbai leg during the day and fly to Delhi in the nights for four days straight.
A source says, “Gupta wanted Tusshar in the song Laila teri le legi. But the actor was shooting for Shah’s next in Delhi at the same time. Tusshar didn’t have a choice but to do a double shift.”
Says Tusshar, “Sanjay wanted me for the song and I too didn’t want to miss out on it. In fact, I even ended up shooting for 36 hours at a stretch. I had to catch up on my sleep in between shots and during the flights between the two cities.”
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