New Delhi: His expletive-ridden adult comedy `Delhi Belly` may have faced trouble in Pakistan and Nepal, but Aamir Khan is happy that the film released smoothly in India with an `A` certificate from the Censor Board.
"I am happy that Indian Censor board can take a mature stance when the need arises. It has been working in a brilliant manner. They know which film should be given an `A` certificate and which should get an `U` certificate," said Aamir.
The 46-year-old actor, who has appeared in an item song in the same film, has claimed that he has approached the censor board himself to get an `A` certificate.
"Unlike other producers who fight not to get an `A` certificate, I went to the censor board myself to get the same as I wanted to make sure that those who have problems with certain words are alerted well before."
But the actor hoped that the film, which has hit a roadblock in Nepal, will finally get a release there.
"I am unaware of how the Nepal Censor Board functions. I don`t know their terms of certification. If they have banned the movie, then its their decision," said Aamir.
"I hope the board realises that there are adults in their country," the actor added in jest.
`Delhi Belly`, which according to the producer grossed an estimated amount of 26 crores in the opening three days, has been banned in Pakistan and Nepal due to the use of certain cuss-words.