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Censor Board says no long ‘kisses’ in Bond film ‘Spectre’, Twitterati makes #SanskariJamesBond trend

Reportedly, the long kisses between 'Spectre's lead actors Daniel Craig and Monica Bellucci will be cut short for the Indian audience.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: November 19, 2015 5:20:05 pm
censor board, kiss scenes, spectre, daniel craig, monica bellucci, tamasha, deepika padukone, ranbir kapoor, censor board news, censor board controversy, censor board kiss scenes, censor board new rules, entertainment news There have been reports about Censor Board cutting the kisses short in Bollywood films as well as the Hollywood films releasing in India. Twitter has been abuzz with jokes on the same.

There have been reports about Censor Board cutting the kisses short in Bollywood films as well as the Hollywood films releasing in India. Twitter has been abuzz with jokes on the same since the time this piece of news has started doing the rounds.

Upcoming Bond film ‘Spectre’ which has already released world over will be showcased in India from Friday (November 20) onwards. Reportedly, the long kisses between lead actors Daniel Craig and Monica Bellucci will be cut short for the Indian audience. Also, the upcoming Imtiaz Ali film ‘Tamasha’ starring Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor will have to cut short the kisses.

The Twitterati’s take on the same is funny, and #SanskariJamesBond has started trending on Twitter.

Censor Board member Ashoke Pandit tweeted:

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Filmmaker Shirish Kunder tweeted:

Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha tweeted:

Here are the jokes:

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