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Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees lands in trouble again; Abdul Latif’s son Mushtaq Shaikh to take legal action against makers


The censor board has deleted two cuss words ‘Haraami’ and ‘Saali’ from the dialogues of the eagerly awaited Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees.


According to sources from the censor board, Shah Rukh’s films are clean wholesome family affairs. “Achcha nahin lagta. In Shah Rukh’s films the aesthetics are of another level. Profanities look okay in Anurag Kashyap cinema or maybe in a Nawazuddin starrer. But Shah Rukh Khan has a distinctly urban family audience. They feel uncomfortable with cuss words. We asked the producers for a few cuss words to be removed from Raees and they happily agreed.”


Some dialogues pertaining to the Islamic religion have also been asked to be removed from Raees.







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