Censor Board Cuts Ranveer Singh And Alia Bhatt's Kissing Scene In 'Gully Boy', Makes Other Alterations Two Days Ahead Of Its Release

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Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt's 'Gully Boy' is all set to release on February 14, but just two days ahead of its release, the film has come under the radar of the Censor board. 

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt's 'Gully Boy' is all set to release on February 14, but just two days ahead of its release, the film has come under the radar of the Censor board. 

As per reports, a thirteen-second kissing scene between the film's lead roles, Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt has been altered in the final cut. Instead of the close-up, the final scene will be a wider shot. In addition to this, there are also a string of other alterations that have to be made to the film, before its release. 

A range of abusive words, the name of an alcohol brand has been removed from the list of branding partners, which usually feature before the opening credits in the reel.

Read: WOW! Ranveer Singh’s 'Gully Boy' Receives ‘loudest Cheers In 20 Years’ At The Berlin International Film Festival

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Meanwhile, the film was showcased at Berlin's film festival and has garnered immense praise. Reviewers seem to be very much impressed by Ranveer's performance in the film as they identified it as Ranveer's best performance till date. While they can't stop gushing over the actor's newly discovered rapping skills, they have praised Zoya Akhtar’s direction widely on social media. 

The film tells the story of an aspiring rapper from a humble beginning who struggles his way up to the heights of fame. The film has already raised the expectations of the audience with its rap-packed trailer and a splendid performance of the lead pair in the preview

Read: Ranveer Singh’s Quirky Outfit Makes Headlines As ‘Gully Boy’ Screens At Berlin Film Festival

Watch the trailer of the film below: 

 

 

 

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