Friday, 8 February 2008

Jodhaa Akbar Get Clearance From Censor Board

Ashutosh Gowariker’s ballsy affair Jodhaa Akbar has been austere by the Censor Board with a UA affidavit and after any cuts.

Scheduled to absolution on February 15, the Board has asked Gowariker to put a abnegation on the assorted names of Jodhabai, and asked him to absorb alone the name Jodhabai. The administrator has already amid a abnegation in English but he has been asked to put it in Hindi too.

It maybe recalled that there has been a agitation over the name of Akbar’s queen. Some historians accompaniment that she was alleged Harkhabai, Shai Bai and Man Mati, but Ashutosh Gowariker, reportedly, antiseptic that he consulted the aristocratic ancestors of Jaipur who gave him a approval to use the name Jodha.

Vinayak Azad, the bounded administrator of the Censor Board, said, “We accept brash Ashutosh Gowariker to put an added abnegation advertence that the actual facts apparent in the blur are aloof one adaptation of history and there may be addition version.”

When asked about the approval from the Animal Welfare Board as there are a lot of activity scenes in the blur involving animals like elephants and horses, Azad said, “We accept accustomed all the clearances from the Board. We had to affair a UA affidavit because of assertive action scenes which showed elephants crushing people,” he added.

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