Choreographer-turned-director Remo D'Souza's ABCD 2, is all set to impress the audiences on June 19, along with his stars Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor. Recently, the ABCD 2 film's director Remo D'Souza has been approached by the censor board with regard to the usage of a derogatory dialogue in the film.
Reports suggest that the board has asked the director to remove the line ‘All Indians are beggars' as it could offend the Indian audiences. The line ‘All Indians are beggars' has been chopped off from the film. Otherwise, not a shot has been removed.
"We were mesmerized by Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor and Prabhudheva's dancing. The film is clean healthy family fare. And we all felt there was no reason to not give the film a ‘U' certification.
However, one line had to go. It referred to Indians in a derogatory manner. Censor guidelines specify that no utterances insulting any nationality or community must be allowed." says a source from the censor board.
Inspite of getting 'U' certificate, Remo seemed displeased with the film's release date as it has not been pre-poned by a day to June 18.
"I was in Dubai this week. They're happy that our film opens on
June 18 in Dubai. However I am yet to convince my producers to
release the film on June 18 instead of June 19 in India. My Indian
Muslim friends are not too happy with this release date as the holy
month of Ramzan
starts on this date." says ABCD director Remo D'Souza.
The two grooving duo of ABCD 2 Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor are going to every possible place to promote their film. Well, we just can't wait to watch their crackling performances!