“Yana will not be shown in the item number for the promotions on the small screen. Her song was not only found hot to handle but too gory and suggestive, too," Mid-Day quoted director Mohit Suri as saying. “There are torture chairs, chains and leashes. It was felt that the concept itself is not suitable to be viewed by everyone. The graphics are explicit. It needed an adult certification and on television you cannot monitor the audience," he added.
However, the song will be in the film. It's just that the makers of the film re-shot the song with Imraan Hashmi and Jacqueline Fernandez for promotion on television as they found Yana's moves too raunchy for television viewers.