According to reports, the movie was awarded 'U' certificate after the makers of the film agreed to cut one of the lip-lock scenes from Teen Maar. Now, it has come to the notice of the Censor Board that some theatres are screening all the three kissing scenes, which is against the censor laws. So, the board members are planning to serve the notice for bypassing its instructions.
Meanwhile, Teen Maar is doing good business at the box-office. Though the movie has failed to attract the 'B' and 'C' centres' audience, it has been well received by urban viewers. The movie starring Pawan Kalyan, Trisha Krishnan and Kriti Kharbanda has garnered close to Rs. 20 crores in two weeks.
The Regional Censor Board will reportedly serve a notice for the makers of Teen Maar for violating its guidelines. Originally, the movie had three kissing scenes, out of which the board had allowed two lip-locks and gave a clean 'U' certificate. But in some theatres in Andhra Pradesh, all three intimate scenes are being screened, which has irked the authorities, claims report.