Akshay Kumar's Rustom is finally passed with a 'U/A' certificate, but with censor board nothing comes so easy.
After creating a lot of trouble for Shahid Kapoor's Udta Punjab, a DNA report says that the Censor Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) clearly conveyed to the film makers that Akshay Kumar couldn't call his wife a 'b***h' on screen even if she had cheated on him.
The report quoted an unnamed source who said that the film had been cleared with no visual cuts and only expletives were ordered to be cut.
The cuts were ordered reportedly "because the film stars Akshay Kumar" and "unke mooh se gaali achcha nahin lagta (abuses don't sound nice from him)."
Rustom will release on August 12, with Akshay Kumar and Ileana D'Cruz in the lead. The film is based on a real life incident.
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