'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' comes under CBFC scanner - Check out cuts

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The Central Board of Film Certification has ordered 8 verbal cuts in Akshay Kumar starrer Toilet: Ek Prem Katha. I feel every film works and every film should recover its money. For me, this is the golden period of Indian cinema. But it is not true.

Akshay's films are not biggest openers but because of like ability towards the content they run for at least 4 weeks in the theater and get that many eyeballs. She soon finds out that her toilet is engaged. The writer narrated me the story. "I did this film because I liked the script and not because someone told me to do it". The Shree Narayan Singh directorial is inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Swachh Bharat Abhiyan".

"Our film is similar to his mission", he said.

Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is predicted to be a game changer in the worldwide market as the film readies to be launched in non-traditional global markets as well, such as Japan and Chile. We now live in times where no girl agrees to get married to a person whose house has no toilet. "Also it's our duty to keep the city clean". "It is directly related to us and our health". The Shree Narayan Singh-directed film is "looking to go beyond Indian cinema's traditional worldwide market", reports Variety. The movie will release on Friday. Akshay's new film could be a game changer in the global market as the makers chose to tap "non-traditional territories" such as Japan and Chile, reports Variety.

"We hope that through the movie, and this campaign, we can bring more awareness to such an important issue", he added.

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