Ajay Devgn happy with Censor Board but concerned about piracy

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Recently at the trailer launch of ‘Parched’, producer Ajay Devgn says he has had no problem with the Censor Board (CBFC) regarding the film and is happy with the ‘A’ certificate.

According to Mid-day, Devgn believes that the CBFC follows certain guidelines, which need to be respected by filmmakers.��”When such films are made, you have to be prepared. We have our own limitations, but we try to show as much reality as we can. At many places, they (CBFC) are also right, that after a limit you can’t show something,” says Devgn.

Devgn further added,��”When such films are made, you have to be prepared. We have our own limitations, but we try to show as much reality as we can. At many places, they (CBFC) are also right, that after a limit you can’t show something.”

The film written and directed by Leena Yadav and produced by Devgn under his banner, is about four women who have an��unwanted life in a village of north-western region of India, which typically highlight the issues they face in a traditional, controlled world in which they live in.

A month before the film is set to release, it emerged that certain scenes from the film have been leaked. Devgn talks about how piracy is a huge problem and needs to be addressed.

“It (piracy) is a big problem, because if this goes on, films will stop getting made due to heavy losses. I met one of the producers whose film had leaked recently, he had tears in his eyes. He said ‘main barbad ho gaya hu’ (‘I’m ruined’).”

“There are many people who keep everything at stake and make movies, and then when something like this happens… For people, it is easy to download and watch. But what about those who are getting ruineds,” says Devgn.

Yadav also agrees and says that audiences should stop watching pirated movies.

“It (piracy) is a big problem, because if this goes on, films will stop getting made due to heavy losses. I met one of the producers whose film had leaked recently, he had tears in his eyes. He said ‘main barbad ho gaya hu’ (‘I’m ruined’).

“There are many people who keep everything at stake and make movies, and then when something like this happens… For people, it is easy to download and watch. But what about those who are getting ruined,” she says.

‘Parched’��stars Radhika Apte, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Surveen Chawla and Sayani Gupta will be releasing on 23rd September in India.

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