The forthcoming film ‘NH10’, an Indian thriller, was apparently diving the censor board for a few days. However, now the film has received an Adult certificate, as confirmed by Anushka Sharma who is making her debut as producer with the film.
Talking at a recent event, Pinkvilla quote the actress, “Yes, the film has received an A certificate and will be released on 13th of March. We had to make a few cuts in the film including cutting one scene and a few offensive words from the film”.
Apparently, after the Board was not able to arrive at a decision, the film was taken to the Revising Committee. Anurag Kashyap, co-producer, also told Mumbai Mirror, “NH10 has been passed with a few audio cuts and a video cut that does not damage the film at all. They saw it completely in context and even appreciated it. It was a very reassuring revising committee”.
Vikas Bahl, Kashyap’s business partner, also stated, “The RC’s decision was unanimous. They understood what we were talking about and saw the larger picture. ��Even the visual cut was minimal. The scene was retained, we were just told to edit it a bit. And many of the cuss words too have been retained”.
This certificate will make other filmmakers in the industry happy too after a “cuss words” list was doing the rounds which made the Indian Censor Board seem of a very different line of thought than other countries.
‘NH10’ is directed by Navdeep Singh and, alongside Sharma, also stars Neil Bhoopalam and Darshan Kumar.
The film is slated for release on 13th March.