Thursday, March 5, 2015

Digest for - 1 update in 1 topic (Dr. Jai Maharaj): Mar 05 06:29PM

Fifty Shades of Grey's future gets greyer in India
By Shilpa Jamkhandikar
Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Indian audiences might not be able to watch the erotic
drama "Fifty Shades of Grey", even though its producer,
Universal Pictures, cut all nudity and several sexually
explicit scenes in the film before submitting it to the
country's censor board for review.
An examining committee of the censor board objected to
some of the language in the film after the studio made
the voluntary cuts, according to a Universal source who
is familiar with the film's review process in India.
Censor board CEO Shravan Kumar confirmed that Universal
would have to approach the board's appeals committee if
it wants to try again to get the film shown on Indian
movie screens. He declined to say why the board denied
the certificate.
The film, which has earned about $500 million in global
box office sales, was supposed to have debuted in India
this past Valentine's Day. It is an adaption of the
British author E.L. James's popular erotic novel about a
mysterious and handsome businessman and his
sadomasochistic relationship with a young college
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