The Pakistan Censor Board yesterday approved the release of Shahid Kapoor-starrer Udta Punjab in that country after suggesting more than 100 cuts to remove 'objectionable' and 'anti-Pakistan' content from it. The film, which deals with drug menace in Punjab, had earlier run into trouble with the Indian Censor Board.
A still from 'Udta Punjab'
“We have cut all derogatory and offensive words/dialogues and anti-Pakistan content from the film. More than 100 cuts, mutes, beeps have been suggested to the film's distributor,” Mubashir Hasan, chief of Central Board of Film Censors was quoted as saying to mediapersons yesterday.
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