Kathmandu: After being put on hold for 48 hours following censors` objections to the expletives peppering its dialogues, Aamir Khan`s home production ‘Delhi Belly’ finally reappeared in Nepal`s theatres Wednesday after the offending parts were addressed.The Gopi Krishna Multiplex in Kathmandu, where the trouble started Sunday evening after police raided its theatres and seized prints of the Abhinay Deo-directed film, told reporters Wednesday that ‘Delhi Belly’ was back on the menu after a written apology to the Film Censor Board by the owner of the theatre, Uddhav Poudel.Poudel is also the sole distributor of the film in Nepal.Poudel apologised to the censors, agreed to pay a fine of NRS 5,000 if required and gave an undertaking that he would not in future screen films flouting censors` recommendations.
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