Anushka Sharma's latest movie NH10 was released on Friday after getting 'A' certificate from the Indian Censor Board.
However, Pakistan Censor Board appeared to be more liberal and has allowed NH10 to be watched by all in the neighbouring country.
The movie NH10 starring Anushka Sharma, Neil Bhoopalam and Darshan Kumaar reflects on the atrocities of honour killing and the film includes a lot of violence and abusive words.
While, Indian Censor Board chopped down some dialogues and passed Anushka Sharma's NH10 with an 'Adults Only' certificate, Pakistan Censor Board reportedly granted a 'UA' certificate to the film, after making similar cuts for its viewers.
One leading publication quoted a source saying, "They have asked for the removal of expletives like 'bh***i ke', behenc***d', 'gh***d', gh***a', 'r**d'. Interestingly, the list of words to be deleted by the Pakistani censor board is almost the same as their Indian counterpart. They have also reduced some of the violence and then passed the film for all ages."
Well, this news will certainly make Anushka Sharma and the makers of NH10 happy. The movie NH10 directed by Navdeep Singh started on an average note on its opening day but picked up well over the weekend at the Indian Box Office.