The very violent NH10, which is in the news for its honourable depiction of ‘Honour Killing’ has been censored for all ages in Pakistan.
Interestingly, the film was passed by the Indian censor board, for Adults Only with some cuts specially those in the spoken language.
According to sources, in Pakistan the same cuts were ordered by the Pakistani censor board.
“They’ve asked for the removal of expletives, like ‘bhosdi ke’, ‘behenchod’, ‘gaand’, ‘ghanta’, ‘raand’. Interestingly, the list of words asked to be deleted by the Pakistani censor board is almost the same as their Indian counterpart. They’ve also reduced some of the violence and then passed the film for all ages,” says the source.