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Film censors to Mr. Bond: No kissing please. We’re Indian

Censor authorities have ordered that kissing scenes in the latest James Bond movie, 'Spectre,' be shortened before it is released in India.

Spectre, Spectre Indian Censor, Censor Board, Spectre no kissing, Spectre no kissing India Censor authorities have ordered that kissing scenes in the latest James Bond movie, ‘Spectre,’ be shortened before it is released in India.

Censor authorities have ordered that kissing scenes in the latest James Bond movie, ‘Spectre,’ be shortened before it is released in India. (Read: Censor Board says no long ‘kisses’ in Bond film ‘Spectre’, Twitterati makes #SanskariJamesBond trend)

The Central Board of Film Certification has ordered that four scenes in the new James Bond film be trimmed, including at least two kisses between the lead actors, Daniel Craig and Monica Belluci.

The decision to reduce the length of the kissing scenes was trending on social media Thursday as Twiteratti mocked the prudishness of film certification authorities.

Earlier this week the film certification board gave ‘Spectre’ a U/A rating suggesting parental discretion for children under 12.

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Compared to Hollywood, movie norms in India are extremely strict. Censorship authorities often order filmmakers to chop scenes and films with graphic content can be barred completely.

First published on: 19-11-2015 at 03:41:45 pm
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