Queen Tamil Remake Paris Paris: Kajal Aggarwal's film referred to Revising Committee for its blur visuals

The Tamil remake of Bollywood's hit film Queen has landed into trouble after Censor Board questioned the makers of the film over the bold visuals. The makers of Kajal Aggarwal starrer Paris Paris have been asked to tone down the bold scenes and mute cuss words.
Queen Tamil Remake Paris Paris: Kajal Aggarwal's film referred to Revising Committee for its blur visualsQueen Tamil Remake Paris Paris: Kajal Aggarwal's film referred to Revising Committee for its blur visuals
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Kajal Aggarwal's upcoming film Paris Paris, an official remake of Kangana Ranaut's Queen has been in the news since a very long time over its delay in the release. Well, the film has hit the headlines once again and this time due to Censor Board issues. The Tamil remake of Bollywood's hit film Queen has landed into trouble after Censor Board questioned the makers of the film over the bold visuals. The makers of Kajal Aggarwal starrer have been asked to tone down the bold scenes and mute cuss words. 

However, the makers of Paris Paris are not willing to take the decision and have referred to the revising committee regarding the same. Paris Paris team is hopeful that the decision will be taken in their favour. On the other hand, the Malayalam and Kannada version of Queen remake have been given a green signal by CBFC. Tamil version is currently under the revising committee, whereas the Telugu version is yet to be reviewed by the board. 

"With the Kannada and Malayalam Censor Boards having certified the movie as is, the Tamil movie has attracted numerous blurs as well as audio and video cuts from the board. To overcome this, the production team has decided to refer this movie to the Revised Committee for review and necessary approvals," Ramesh Aravind shared on Twitter.
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Telugu starring Tamannaah Bhatia has been titled ‘Mahalakshmi’ while ‘Zam Zam‘ in Malayalam stars Manjima Mohan in the lead and ‘Butterfly’ in Kannada features Parul Yadav. All the four versions of the film are being produced under the banners Mediente International Films Ltd and Liger Commercial Brokers.

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