Ex-Bigg Boss star Priya Malik protests Baar Baar Dekho censorship

The Indian censor board continues with its moral policing


Entertainment Desk August 30, 2016
The Indian censor board continues with its moral policing. PHOTO: INDIA FORUM

Former Bigg Boss star, Priya Malik, sure knows how to make headlines. Following Indian censor board's decision to remove the visuals showing a bra in the Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif starrer Baar Baar Dekho, Priya took to social media to protest the censor board's decision.

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Extending her support to the film in a rather unique way, the reality show star posted a bra-less picture of herself on Instagram.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BJtF_xTA4MZ/

The viral picture was captioned, "Because wearing a visible #bra would be indecent."

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“Apparently, our inner wear is not sanskaari enough hence going sans it. I'm traditional like that,” Priya wrote on Insta.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BJsYht-ArO3/

Priya belongs to Dehradun and was also a finalist in Bigg Brother Australia in 2014.

The Indian Censor Board has received intense criticism previously for its objections on a number of films including Udta Punjab, Aligarh and Jai Gangaajal.

Baar Baar Dekho has been cleared by the censor board after two cuts and is slated to release on September 9.

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COMMENTS (3)

Buzzkill | 5 years ago | Reply @Sunny: Do you care about the much more uglier things in your own country like honor killings of thousands of girls every year or sexual abuse of thousands of innocent children? People with your mentality are the root cause of such problems because you conveniently choose to look the other way rather than facing them & finding solutions.
Sunny | 5 years ago | Reply Disappointed to see such article in Pakistani newspaper. We do not care about Indian and their ugly things. Who cares!!!!
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