Mumbai, November 10 (CINEWS): The lustrous trip of Sooraj Barjatya’s very foreseen ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ met with a tough situation. The Censor Board as of late recommended Sooraj Barjatya, potentially the cleanest movie producer in Bollywood, to influence three cuts in his forthcoming film ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’.
There are two scenes that have been censored. One of which incorporates a Ram-Leela arrangement which had Hindi songs playing out of sight. In the long run the scene plays out with the film’s title track and was blended with two old melodies playing in the same segments. The individuals from the board felt that it was not suitable to go with the Ram-Leela visuals.
The other scene demonstrated a man being hanged, yet the inspecting council needed it to be a long shot. The Censor Board even took complaint to the utilization of rakhail (courtesan). This did come as a stun to the film’s unit yet they chose to stick to their proposals.
Clearly, the film’s Telugu rendition, which has been titled ‘Prem Leela’, got into a pothole before, as the title is not in-a state of harmony with the censor rules for named movies down south. A nearby source from the Censor Board had said, “The title of ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ in Telugu has been kept as ‘Prem Leela’. The two titles mean totally diverse things. According to rules the title of a named film must pass on the same importance as the first title. If not, then the makers must apply for consent to utilize an alternate title for the named form of a film. The makers of ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ have not connected for consent to utilize an alternate title in Telugu.”