Sachiin Joshi wants censors to be tolerant of bold scenes
Mumbai: Actor Sachiin Joshi, who has some bold scenes with Sunny Leone in `Jackpot`, is not concerned about the censor board`s scissors and adds that if it passes bikini scenes it should allow nudity as well.
Sachiin told reporters: "The scene has been shot aesthetically, I don`t think censor board will have any issue. It`s been shot so well that it looks like a piece of art. I don`t think there would be any problem with the censor board."
"As per the censor board guidelines, if bikini is allowed then shedding clothes should also be allowed," he added.
Directed by Kaizad Gustad, `Jackpot` also features seasoned actor Naseeruddin Shah and for Sachiin, it was a privilege to work with him.
"He has been with the industry for so long, it indeed was a learning experience to work with him. I am glad he is part of the film," he said.
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