It seems all is well for Anushka Sharma’s ‘NH 10’, which has reportedly been passed with an ‘A’ certificate.
According to a report in a leading daily, the Examining Committee of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), who had split over the certification of Anushka Sharma starrer ‘NH10’, has now passed the film with an adult certificate after a Revising Committee gave them the green signal.
‘NH 10’ was denied certification earlier due to plenty of violence and abusive language.
However, when the film was screened to the Revising Committee they passed the film without much edit. Producer Anurag Kashyap confirmed the same to the leading daily. "NH10 has been passed with a few audio cuts and a video cut that does not damage the film at all. They saw it completely in context and even appreciated it. It was a very reassuring revising committee," quoted Kashyap, the co-producer of the film.
Added his business partner, Vikas Bahl, "The RC's decision was unanimous. They understood what we were talking about and saw the larger picture. Even the visual cut was minimal. The scene was retained, we were just told to edit it a bit. And many of the cuss words too have been retained."
Directed by Navdeep Singh and produced by Eros International, Anushka Sharma and Phantom Productions, ‘NH 10’ also stars Neil Bhoopalam and Darshan Kumar in the lead.