Mumbai: Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha who will next be seen in the leading role of her forthcoming movie ‘Noor’ said that the censor board needs to have equal approach towards all the movies. Her statement came after the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) demanded that makers of ‘Noor’ edited a reference to veteran journalist Barkha Dutt.
In “Noor”, Sonakshi plays a journalist who idolizes Barkha Dutt, but the CBFC has asked the makers to edit the surname Dutt.
When asked about it by the media, the actress went on to say: “The censor board really needs to come to a consensus within them on what is right in one film… Is not right in another film.”
“There is no consistency in what they censor or what they uncensored, so I think they first need to come to a consensus.”
Directed by Sunhil Sippy, the crime thriller comedy is an adaptation of Pakistani novel “Karachi, You’re Killing Me!” by Saba Imtiaz.
The novel centers around a 20-year-old reporter Ayesha Khan, living in Karachi, and her misadventures and finding a nice lover.