Mumbai: Director Pooja Bhatt had refused to budge after the Censor Board asked her to mellow down the eroticism in the songs of ‘Jism 2’, meant to be aired on TV. She declared Tuesday evening that she would release her songs on the internet and will at no cost compromise on the visual content of the songs.
The filmmaker took to Twitter again to write, “We have 6 songs in #Jism2. Only 3 cater to a universal audience without losing their essence. The other 3 cannot be made to seem asexual!(sic).”
It looks like the 3 songs Pooja is talking about have tremendous sexual undertone.
“Hence we will only submit to the censor board & plug on TV those songs of #Jism2 what WE feel is appropriate for a family audience(sic),” Pooja added.
However, she does feel that “passionate” adults can watch the uncensored version of the songs on the internet.
“The 3 #Jism2 songs that cater to the average thinking, discerning, passionate,ADULTS may be viewed freely & by CHOICE across the Internet!(sic),” she tweeted.
And added, “This is the FIRST time a mainstream film has chosen the Internet & social media as a MORE than worthy competitor to Television. #Jism2(sic).”
Hmm so are you too one of those “passionate” adults Pooja is referring to?
Are you ready to watch Sunny set the internet on fire via ‘Jism 2’?