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Hollywood actors advised to consult Alok Nath and Emraan Hashmi before releasing their movies in India

19, Nov 2015 By sameer mahawar

Hollywood/ Bollywood. Just after clipping some scenes from the movie ‘Spectre’, starring Daniel Craig as James Bond, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has advised foreign actors to consult Super Sanskaari Shri Alok Nath and serial kisser Emraan Hashmi before releasing their movies in India.

Latest victim of censor board
Latest victim of censor board

Some scenes being termed as ‘obscene’ have been wiped out from the movie stating that the kisses were excessive and passionate.

When Emraan Hashmi came to know about this news, he was startled at first as it is the only thing he does passionately .This made him worry about his gloomy Bollywood career . But when it was told to him that the board has no issues with #MakeinIndia kisses, he had a  sigh of relief.

Also, the board has advised Hollywood actors to learn Indian style kissing from him so that Indians don’t get influenced by more of western culture and hence can reduce deletion of scenes this way.

Not only this, foreign actors have also been advised to consult Shri Shri Alok Nath, the grandfather of Indian Sanskaars, and take his Aashirwad before signing any script so that they could gain good moral values, don’t give indecent shots and become eligible contenders for next Sooraj Barjatya movie.

Alok Nath is happy by the news. He tweeted, “Western style looks good only when matter is about toilet seat. Chumme ka asli maza to Bhartiye andaaz mein hi ata hai…hai na samdhan ji?” mentioning all his various samdhans from different Bollywood movies in his tweet.

But James Bond is unhappy with the action taken by board and is ringing Leonardo DiCaprio’s phone continuously, asking him how did he manage ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ to go through Indian box office without any major cuts and deletions.

There were also speculations that the scenes would be done more ‘tastefully’ by showing two flowers coming together, like they did in old Hindi movies.