Anurag Kashyap says three to four cuts have been suggested by the CBFC for "Bombay Velvet", a wrongdoing show set in the 1960s
Motion picture maker Anurag Kashyap, whose "Bombay Velvet" has been surrendered "An" assertion by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), says he will approach the Revising Committee as he doesn't consider the period sensation a "porno".
"I will be sending the film to the Revising Committee. I have trust in them... It's not a porno," Anurag, who once had a keep running in with the alter board over the use of against smoking disclaimers, told IANS here.
He said three to four cuts have been suggested by the CBFC for "Bombay Velvet", a wrongdoing show set in the 1960s.
Highlighting Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Karan Johar in key parts, and co-conveyed by Vikas Bahl and Vikramaditya Motwane of Phantom Films, close by Fox Star Studios, the film is slated to release on May 15.
Kashyap is certain the Revising Committee will promise helpful and right affirmation for the film. The film's gathering is at this moment here for an excellent two-day extraordinary event, which began on Monday.