Just like a majority people in Bollywood, 'Badlapur' director Sriram Raghavan too is unhappy with Censor Board’s list of banned words and calls it 'stupid'.
Raghavan, who is gearing up for his revenge drama 'Badlapur', was in Delhi for its promotion along with its star-cast Varun Dhawan, Yami Gautam, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and producer Dinesh Vijan.
According to reports, when asked what is his opinion about the list, he was quoted saying, "I have seen that list but I don't know whether any other abuse will be allowed. There can be 50 more expletives. You will ask the people to write down so they will write down. So I think it is quite a stupid list because certain stories need a certain kind of language."
He quoted further, "We should be a little more cool about it and take every film, every story as what it is all about and judge it on that basis. You can’t say a X word can’t be used in Hindi cinema from henceforth. That does not make sense."
Meanwhile, film's producer Dinesh Vijan confirmed that 'Badlapur', which is all set to release this Friday, did not get any cut from the censor board but they had to mute abuses in three places.