Rakhi Sawant takes legal action against censor board
Wed, Jan 20, 2010 06:36:00 GMT
Look who’s taking on the Censor Board! None other than the spitfire siren Rakhi Sawant, who’s fuming red because the board recently issued a decree to delete or bleep out the word ‘kamine’ from her latest song ‘Bhoot’.
As reported by a daily, the hot girl has decided to file a legal suit against the censor board along with IshQ Bector, as the duo feel the board’s action is unjust. The song ‘Bhoot’ is from Rakhi and IshQ’s latest album ‘Jhagde’ and the main chorus of the song starts with the line, ‘Kamine tera bhoot chad gaya re.’
Now, Rakhi’s point is, “When they can pass an entire film called Kaminey, what sense does it make to delete the word ‘kamine’ from our video, and that too, without giving us any reason whatsoever.” Rakhi is co-producing ‘Jhagde’ with IshQ, who is also the singer and composer of the entire album. He also feels that by deleting the word ‘kamine’, the impact of the song has been “killed” and this has even “sabotaged” the album sales.
Surprisingly, the Board seems to have problem only with the video as they had passed the ‘promos’ of the track that has the same ‘kamine’ chorus. Why they banned the word for the video is a mystery.