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Indian Express

This time Pahlaj Nihalani has got it right about 'The Jungle B...

Much brouhaha has been created ever since Censor board chief Pahlaj Nihalani certified the much awaited film The Jungle Book as U/A. Nihalani, who has in past taken some bizarre decision on behalf of the board, stated that the children's film was ... IBNLive, 3 weeks ago
Updated 29 mins ago Indian Express, 4 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Take a look at these 'sanskari' Hollywood posters redesigned for Indian censor board

Just few days a go the Internet got furious when the head of Central Board of Film Certification of India (CBFC), Pahlaj Nihalani gave 'The Jungle Book' a U/A certificate. Nihalani said that it was scary for kids and the 3D effects are scary because ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago The Jungle Book Controversy  MapsofIndia3 weeks ago Disney's Jungle Book remake branded 'too scary for kids' by Indian censor  Equities.com3 weeks ago The Jungle Book records an opening of about Rs 9.50 crore  Times of India3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Would a Real Jungle Look this Spectacular? We Doubt it!

Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani can rest easy. This version of The Jungle Book really isn't a kids movie but it's a movie that every adult probably ought to see. Theyd end up loving it just as much as their squealing kids. And if they can, they ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Review: This Jungle Book is NOT a Movie for Kids  New Indian Express3 weeks ago Aditi Rao Hydari to Vir Das: U/A for 'The Jungle Book' leaves Indian audience amused  IBNLive3 weeks ago U/A for The Jungle Book Leaves Audience Shocked  Asian Lite3 weeks ago

Censor Board's U/A Certificate Surprises Fans of the Jungle Book

CHENNAI: The Censor Board's move to grant Disney's film, The Jungle Book, a U /A certificate has raised several eyebrows across various segments of society. The 3D animation film, which hits Indian screens on Friday, is based on Rudyard Kipling's ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago 'The Jungle Book' gets U/A Certificate; Censor Board chief finds film 'scary'  Manorama Online3 weeks ago Mukesh Bhatt slams Censor Board over UA Certificate to The Jungle Book  Times of India3 weeks ago

Movie review: Disney's The Jungle Book is a lot, lot darker but yet ultimately exuberant

The Indian censor board is still not done messing around with movies, and its latest casualty this time is the Disney's 2016 update of the children's classic The Jungle Book, which has been handed over a U/A certificate by the board. Generally, ...
 Meri News3 weeks ago How Twitter is Responding to 'Scary' Jungle Book's U/A Rating  NDTV3 weeks ago
Times of India

Censor board is like a watchman protecting a house where nobody lives: Vikram Bhatt

New Delhi: He makes erotic thrillers unabashedly and feels the censor board in India has assumed the responsibility of "protecting the audience's taste", something which is not its job. Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt, whose new film 'Love Games' delves ...
 IBNLive4 weeks ago What's wrong in watching cheap, vulgar films, asks Vikram Bhatt  ProKerala.com4 weeks ago What's wrong with watching cheap and vulgar films, asks Vikram Bhatt  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago What's wrong in watching vulgar films, asks Vikram  Times of India3 weeks ago
DNA India

Pakistan does it again, bans Indian Punjabi film 'Ambarsariya'

The release of Diljit Dosanjh-starrer Punjabi film "Ambarsariya" has been blocked in Pakistan by its censor board allegedly for its focus on India's intelligence agency RAW. The film was initially viewed by a Central Board of Film Certification ...
 DNA India4 weeks ago Indian Punjabi Film 'Ambarsariya' Banned in Pakistan  Outlook India4 weeks ago

Arjun, Kareena's kissing scenes retained in Ki & Ka

Arjun Kapoor has scored a victory over James Bond with the Indian Censor Board. While Daniel Craig’s steamy smooches with Monica Bellucci were toned down in Spectre by the Censor Board of Film Certification, Arjun's kissing scenes with Kareena Kapoor Khan in Ki & Ka have been left intact. The film has been granted a ‘UA’ certificate without any visual cuts. "And why not?" asks CBFC chief Pahlaj Nihalani when asked about the kissing scenes being retained. "Arjun and Kareena ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Censor retains kisses in Ki And Ka  India FM1 month ago

In India censorship has reached a scary place: Imran Khan

Observing that film producers are fighting battles with the censor board every day, Bollywood actor Imran Khan said film censorship has reached a very scary place in India. "Censorship is reaching quite a scary place. Particularly in the past few years, I ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Censorship in India has reached a scary place: Imran Khan  Jagran Post2 months ago

Shah Rukh Khan's Fan: Indian censor board makes several cuts in the edgy thriller?

It looks like Shah Rukh Khan's upcoming thriller, Fan, is the latest victim of the Indian censor board's sensitive eye. The film has, reportedly, received a U/A certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) after undergoing seven ...
 International Business Times UK4 weeks ago Fan releases uncut in Pakistan  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Pakistan clears Indian film Fan for screening  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Whoa! Shah Rukh Khan has a crater named after him on the moon!  Bollywoodlife.com2 weeks ago
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