Baadshaho Censor Board Report, Length and Screen Count Details
Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi, these two Bollywood superstars are making their way back to recreate the Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai magic once again on the silver screen. As their up next release Baadshaho is all set to hit the screens this Friday (September 1). Meanwhile, CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) cleared the movie. With not a single cut, both verbal or visual, giving a U/A certificate.
Seems like after Pahlaj Nihalani, ‘ache din’ for the film industry is finally here. And no superstar or filmmaker would be any longer under pressure. Especially concerning more over the Censor Board report than the Box Office numbers. The makers feared that CBFC would run scissors over this Ajay Devgn’s flick. Due to lengthy lovemaking sequences between Ajay Devgn and Ileana D’Cruz. And, besides having the same kind of ingredients between Emraan Hashmi and Sunny Leone. Baadshaho has the controversial Emergency period as the backdrop.
Therefore, right from adult scenes to the sensible topic, Baadshaho had it all the stuffs what for Censor Board would have chopped it. And would pay no mercy. However, all hail to the Prasoon Joshi-led CBFC that cleared the movie with not a single cut, both verbal or visual. In addition, passed the film with a U/A rating.
Baadshaho runtime, length and screen count details
CBFC clarified the periodical drama’s run time is 2 hours 16 minutes. While as far as the number of screens is concerned, neither Ajay nor anyone has spilled the beans. While as per our sources it will get approximately 3200 screens in India.
As per a report in a tabloid, the officials of CBFC found the movie’s action and tender scenes done in the spirit of “great fun”. Also, adds a source from the CBFC, “You will never find Ajay associated with anything even remotely off colour.”
Besides Ajay Devgn, Baadshaho stars Emraan Hashmi, Esha Gupta, Ileana D’Cruz, Sanjay Mishra and Vidyut Jammwal in leading roles. Milan Luthria who earlier directed Once Upon a Time In Mumbai, The Dirty Picture is the helmer of this much awaited flick.