New Delhi, April 1 -- A lot has been said about the current Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and the way they have been censoring scenes, dialogues and more from films.
While many from the film industry are demanding more liberal attitude from the CBFC, actor Isha Koppikar is of the view that the board is doing their duty and they are doing it well.
"The board is just doing their duty. You know, our parents also had rules for us. That time we may have thought that it was unfair of our parents to curb our independence, but at the end of the day, it was for our own benefit. We need to have discipline," says the Ek Vivaah... Aisa Bhi actor.
And she observes, "In fact, hasn't the content become bolder than it was a few years earlier? Of course, everyone loves more freedom, but we also need to draw the line."
"For instance, they banned Fifty Shades of Grey in India, and some people are not happy. But tell me, isn't that film akin to pornography? Then some say, the film should have been given an A certificate. C'mon! You think NH10 and Fifty.. both fall in the same bracket? I think the board is just doing their duty and they are doing it fine," says Koppikar, who is gearing up for her Kannad film, in which she plays a formidable cop.