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Published on Tuesday, 31st of May, 2005 51085 Reads
Mumbai, May 31
By Our Bollywood
Reporter Ms Divya
Mumbai actresses are up in arms against the
Censor Board for preserving their modesty! According to them a select few have
no right to decide what the rest of society should see.
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Former Bandit Queen Seema Parihar, who turns filmstar with
Wounded, fires the first salvo. "The Censor Board objected to the
abusive language and rape scene in the film. I feel this is totally unjustified.
Tell me, what are you supposed to show in a rape scene? And what language do
dacoits use? If I had my way, I would let rape scenes go as they happen in real
life," she claims.
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With Deepak Tijori's Khamosh - Khauff ki Raat facing
the chop from censors, sultry seductress Rakhi Sawant also spews venom. "I have
no problems with frontal nudity if the script demands it. In fact I wore a red,
almost transparent panty for Khamosh but the scene was cut
because the Censor Board thought it was too hot for Indian audiences. I was
absolutely fed up after that. Why take so much trouble to shoot a scene that you
know will not be cleared by the Board? In my opinion, it is the people who
should decide what they want to watch. There's no need for any kind of
certification because people today are mature enough to make up their own minds.
I am certainly not happy with the present censorship guidelines," she
Payal Rohatgi, the bare-dare Bombshell of films like Tauba Tauba, Fun-Can
be Dangerous Sometimes and Laila, believes the Censor
Board has fallen out-of-step with reality. According to her: "I don't mind doing
intimate scenes in front of the camera as long as its part of the narrative.
Kissing and hugging has become so commonplace and almost every film has it.
Although I can go much beyond that, I feel the Board has to adopt a more
progressive approach. It is made up of old and outdated people who raise
objections even to things that are easily justified within the changing social
Hot and happening Brinda Parikh agrees with her Men Not
Allowed co-star. "Let me just say that I can be far bolder on screen than
anything I have done so far. But the Censor Board unnecessarily comes between
the audience and actresses like us. The cuts and objections it makes are often
not in keeping with changing times," insists Brinda.
With no official availabe for comments, it remains to be seen
how the Censor Board deals with complaints about unkind
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