Mumbai, May 23 -- Kalki Koechlin feels that no democracy deserves a censor board. "Censorship is basically the government controlling the people, while in a democracy, it should be the people controlling the government," she says.
She adds that the premise on which the Central Board of Film Certification is built is in itself wrong, saying, "It was formed in 1951 - we've come a long way since then. Once you give a film an 'A' certificate, you don't need to cut it. It is an adult's choice to watch it or not. If you're censoring things for adults, when are we going to become adults?"