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Happy with the censors for ‘Hate Story 3’: Sharman Joshi

The film 'Hate Story 3' actor Sharman Joshi says an 'A' certificate was rightly granted for the entertainer.

By: IANS | Mumbai |
Updated: November 29, 2015 3:25:22 pm
censor board, Sharman Joshi, Hate Story 3, actor Sharman Joshi, Sharman Joshi films, Sharman Joshi upcoming films, entertainment news The censor board has left “Hate Story 3” team happy, says Sharman Joshi.

The censor board, which has been in news for its decision to shorten a kissing scene in Hollywood film “Spectre”, has left the team of forthcoming “Hate Story 3” Bollywood erotic thriller happy. The film’s lead actor Sharman Joshi says an ‘A’ certificate was rightly granted for the entertainer.

“The censorship for ‘Hate Story 3’ has already been done. We’ve received an adult (A) certification and the erotic aspect of the film is of course, retained. We’re happy with the censors and the audience will also be happy with the film,” Sharman said here.

The trailer and a few songs of the film have already given a hint of the content that the film will have.

Sharman has a message for couples.

“Hurry up and immediately book your corner seats for the film, you can enjoy it a lot more,” he quipped.

Sharman plays a corporate executive in the film and is seen protecting his ladylove from the prying eyes of a pervert. About his role, he said: “It’s looking interesting and I did this film because of these interest levels.

“The response has been very encouraging. Even our industry colleagues are encouraging us through phone calls and whenever we meet personally. They’re all happy for us because they know the kind of hard work that goes in.”

“Hate Story 3”, also starring Zareen Khan and Karan Singh Grover, is directed by Vishal Pandya.

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