Sunny Leone’s topless scene with Sachiin invites problem
Sunny Leone’s upcoming film, ‘Jackpot’ has few objectionable scenes and following which the makers are feeling the pre-notion possibility of censor board to react strongly on those offensive scenes shot between Sunny Leone and Sachiin Joshi. The trailer and images shows that 'Jackpot' has few steamy scenes between Sachiin and Sunny for which it may face the heat of censor board.
‘Jackpot’ has already dropped the controversial song, Javed Jafferi’s risqué rap song Eggjactly based on anti-corruption because of its bold lyrics. Says a source connected to the film, “You can’t have an adult film star in your film and not have sensual scenes.
Sunny’s fans expect it. And director Kaizad Gustad will be stupid not to exploit that. In fact, in this (picture left) scene she has gone topless. Sunny had been briefed about it before she shot for it so she was comfortable. But Sachiin is now anxious that this scene will prevent his film from getting an U/A certificate and that means losing half the audience.”
Sachiin, however, puts up a brave front, “The film has already gone for the Censor certificate and we’ll hopefully come to know very soon. I will respect what certificate the censor board gives but the only thing is it should not be given because it’s a Sunny Leone film,” he says.
The makers are worried about the chance of receiving A certificate from censor board. The 32-year old Indo-Canadian porn star turned Bollywood actress said that ‘Jackpot’ is a family movie and it doesn’t require censorship.
“But I don't think there is anything in the movie that requires censorship. It's a very nice family movie that everyone can watch," added the actress who entered Bollywood with
Meanwhile, director Kaizad Gustad is upset with censor board
for banning the song ‘Eggjactly’ by Javed Jaffrey.
"It's unnecessary. I don't understand why the song has been banned - it's funny and there is humour in it. It is not anything personal it is about the whole country. He (Javed) has not attacked any one person," Gustad said.
"The censor board should have some sense of humour. It's just a funny song and he has not offended anybody. He has been very careful to avoid personal attacks," Gustad added.
The film's actor-producer Sachiin Joshi feels he is being targeted.
"I seriously think it's somebody's ploy against me and I am being targeted," he said reacting to the ban on the song.
‘Jackpot’ shot in Goa will hit the theatres on Dec 13. The film also features Naseeruddin Shah.