NH10 team can rejoice. A drama which lasted close to a fortnight has come to an end, what with the film being finally cleared yesterday evening by the Censors. Though there was some brouhaha around the cuss words in the film as well as the violence that it showcases on screen, eventually it was the call of ‘all is well’ for producers Anushka Sharma, Eros and Phantom.

The film, which has been passed with an ‘A’ certificate, would release uncut with cuss words intact, except for a couple of places where beeps have been introduced.

Neil Bhoopalam and Anushka Sharma in a still from movie 'NH10'
Neil Bhoopalam and Anushka Sharma in a still from movie ‘NH10’


Confirms our source, “That’s true. It is a major high for all involved as the film would have completely lost its essence had it been edited for its cuss words. NH10 is about a road-trip that Anushka Sharma and Neil Bhoopalam take, and how the antagonist Darshan Kumaar, who plays a local in the film, makes their life miserable. With a set up like this which is realistic, gritty, dark and yet entertaining, it couldn’t have taken a candy-floss route. We are glad that Censors saw that point as well and allowed it to be shown uncut. It is a victory for team NH10.”

This also brings an end for the waiting period and some moments of uncertainty as the film is now all set for arrival next Friday i.e. 13th March.

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