Sunny Leone's much-awaited Bollywood debut Jism 2 release is now in trouble, reason said is that the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) is unhappy with the bold scenes in the film.
A leading daily reports that the CBFC has refused to certify the film saying they find it way too explicit. The board has demanded the makers of Jism 2 to dilute all intimate, lovemaking scenes in the film by at least 50 per cent. In fact, a source told the daily that the film would obviously get an 'A' certificate, only if Pooja Bhatt incorporates the changes that has been asked for.
Reacting to this, Pooja seems pretty cool about it as she faced a similar situation 9 years back for Bipasha Basu's Jism. So, now that the Censor Board has refused to pass the film, will Ms Bhatt tone down the lovemaking scenes, or would the film's release on 3 August run into trouble.