Producer Sachiin Joshi and chief Ram Gopal Varma are excited to have gotten a freedom from the Censors with a “Adults” authentication. The Censor Board requested just two noteworthy cuts.
Says a source, “They asked for a scene showing Veerappan killing his baby, to be toned down. The shot of the baby being battered on a rock was asked to be removed and replaced by appropriate music.”
All references to V Prabhakaran, the LTTE boss have been requested that expel.
Says the source, “Even here, the Board members were easy on Ramu’s film. After Shoojit Sircar’s Madras Cafe, all references to the LTTE chief have been put on the Censors’ extra-caution list. There were a lot of protests from Tamil groups about Parabhakaran in Madras Cafe. However, the Censor Board was again, very accommodating with Veerappan. They only asked a line about the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi to be modified.” Surprised by the liberal perspective taken of the savage and dubious fugitives, the bio-pic’s executive Ram Gopal Varma surged off a grateful content to Censor Chief Pahlaj Nihlani for an occupation well done.
Says the Veerappan maker Sachiin Joshi, “We anticipated that the Censors would be troublesome with our film. It is a disputable subject and a violent film. Be that as it may, the Board members saw the brutality inside the given connection. We were advised to make just two noteworthy cuts which we joyfully suited. In fact, the Censor team was very helpful, telling us how to make the required changes. “CINEWS”