Censor Board Shocks James Bond Spectre: Cut Short Many Scenes In India

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Censor Board Shocks SpectreJames Bond films have special craze all over the world and the movie lovers wait for the next instalment of the film after the present movie gets released. Bond films get a massive release in India and our fans go gaga to watch the spy thrillers on screen. (see: Varun Tej’s Loafer news.)



After many successful instalments, James Bond is back with the latest instalment titled Spectre. Indian censor board has much more things to do when the Bond films release in India as they have to trim many intimate scenes which are quite common in Bond films.

But Spectre received a bigger shock from the censor board which happened recently. The Censor Board has insisted to even trim the kissing episodes in the movie as they have lasted long on screen. This left the Indian film lovers in deep shock as these special deductions spoil the flow of the film.

Censor Board Shocks Spectre

Spectre has already made its release worldwide and is running successfully. The movie’s release has been delayed in India as Salman Khan’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo had to occupy most of the theatres in the country.

Hence, Spectre is releasing all over the world on November 20th and as per the reports, long kisses between the lead actors Daniel Craig and Monica Bellucci will be available cut short for the Indian viewers. This has taken the twitter by storm as the Indian Censor Board has been targeted well enough by the youth and they have made funny pranks against the censor board and their rules.

Some of them stepped ahead posting that James Bond will arrive as Samskari James Bond in India especially. Censor Board has revealed that the excessive kissing scenes made them trim some of them to an extent and this has been a part of their new policy.

Censor Board Shocks Spectre

Spectre has been directed by Sam Mendes and Daniel Craig, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Jez Butterworth along with Monica Bellucci played the lead roles in the film. The movie has been made on a budget of $ 245 million which is the costliest ever Bond films in the history of cinema.

Produced by Micheal G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli on Eon Productions, MGM Pictures and Columbia Pictures are distributing the film worldwide. The total runtime of the film is 148 minutes and Spectre is releasing in India in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages along with English version.

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