Censor Board ‘loved’ Bajrangi Bhaijaan with 'UA'
Salman Khan’s upcoming project Bajrangi Bhaijaan has already created a lot of buzz in Bollywood. Slated for an Eid release this month, it has received a ‘UA’ certificate from the Censor Board Of Film Certification (CBFC). Giving a message to settle the Indo-Pak issues, the movie features Sallu as the peace maker.
Sources revealed that the CBFC "loved" the Indo-Pak peace message in the film. "We found nothing objectionable in the comments on relations between the two countries. In fact, the film has a lovely message about friendship between the two countries with Salman Khan playing a peace ambassador", a CBFC source added.
Director Kabir Khan and the movie’s team was agitated regarding the remarks on India-Pakistan association, the good news being that only a little cut was asked by the CBFC. Salman’s fan-following comprises quite an amount of kids which was why the producers were desiring a ‘U’ certificate. However, it seems that the little ones will have to be tagged along with their elders to have a treat of Bhaijaan’s flick.