‘Kaminey’ elements in ‘Kutte’ starring Arjun Kapoor; may cause censorship issues

elements of 'bastard' in 'kutte'
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Upcoming film Kutte has shades of 2009, from its dry language to intense comedy and dark tone Shahid Kapoor-Stern “bastard”. Arjun Kapoor The harsh ‘Kutti’ is directed by the director of ‘Kaminey’ Vishal BhardwajSon of Sky and the title appears to be an extension of the 2009 film.

The over two-minute-long trailer, which released on Tuesday, teases the audience with a glimpse of the song “Dhan Te Naan” from the 2009 film “Kaminey”.

Vishal Bhardwaj, the composer of the 2009 song, has also composed the music for “Kutte”. The trailer grabs the ears of the audience as Arjun Kapoor, Tabu and Radhika Madan are seen using vulgar language to make their point.

In 2009, the censors objected to the dialogues of “Bastard” because they felt it contained too much violence. The film was given an ‘A’ certificate. Vishal Bhardwaj had suggested big cuts if he was keen on a ‘U/A’ certificate.

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Will “kutte” also end up in the same soup, whose language and tone match that of “bastard”? Or, will the sensors show that they have loosened over time?

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