James Bond will not be ‘cultured’ at all, No Time To Die passes the censor without a cut

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Movies made on the fictional British secret agent () are loved all over the world. In these films, very bold scenes are also shown with the women of James Bond’s character. Now the next film of this series is going to be released. This time it is good news for the Indian fans of James Bond that all the bold and kissing scenes have been kept in the film and the Central Board of Film Certification has cleared the film without any cut. The last time in 2015 released James Bond film ‘Spectre’, the censor board cut 22-second kissing scenes while using scissors. There was a lot of controversy on this matter and the fans of James Bond were also disappointed. Then #SanskaariJamesBond also trended on social media. This time James Bond is not going to be ‘sanskari’ at all and fans will get to see all the kissing and bold scenes. According to a report in ‘Bollywood Hungama’, a source has told that the film has been cleared by the Censor Board without any cuts. The film also has some violence and sex scenes but this time no cuts have been made. The film was issued a censor board certificate on September 20. The film is of 163 minutes and is the longest film in the James Bond series. It is the last film of () in the character of James Bond. Rami Malek, Lia Sudox and Cuban actress Ana de Armas will be seen alongside Daniel in the film. The film is going to release in theaters on 30 September.

[Attribution to NBT]

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