Sad news for Indians as the fans of Christian Grey will not get to see him on the big screen here.
The much awaited erotic movie Fifty Shades of Grey's release, which was due in India, has now been banned in the country. Of late, the people have been protesting over the bold and kinky sexual behaviour of the movie which might have forced the Indian Censor Board to ban the film.
Chief Executive of the Central Board of Film Certification, Shravan Kumar did not disclose the reason as to why Fifty Shades of Grey was banned from cinemas in India, but stated that Universal Pictures had the right to appeal against the ban in court. The erotic movie is based on BDSM theme and has a lot of nudity, sex scenes and kinky acts which made it count as the most erotic film of the decade!
Even after voluntary deletions of scenes and dialogues, Fifty Shades will not be screened in the Indian theaters. Apart from India, the S&M movie has also been banned in other countries like UAE, China, Kenya, Malaysia and more.
Fifty Shades of Grey is based on the bestselling novel by British author, E.L. James and shows the sadomasochistic relationship between Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) and Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson).
The movie released in the US with an R-rating and has been a blockbuster hit at worldwide box office.