In a serious clamping-down on sex comedies, the Censor Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) has decided to come down heavily on all films with suggestive double-meaning dialogues, and irrelevant nudity.
On Thursday, the CBFC placed a ban on the horny franchise Kya Kool Hain Hum. The third part of the film directed by Umesh Ghagde and featuring Tusshar Kapoor and Aftab Shivdasani was submitted for certification.
Apparently, the censor panel rejected the film outright.
Says a source in the know, “The censor board found the film to be extremely vulgar and distasteful. There are scenes of unmentionable vulgar sex acts in the film. The CBFC has placed a complete ban on the film.”
Given the circumstances, the makers of Great Grand Masti, the third film in the Masti series have a lot to fear. Apparently, there is a move in the I & B Ministry to undertake a probe as to how Grand Masti, the second part of the series, was passed by the earlier panel members of the CBFC.
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