Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” was recommended four cuts by the censor board including reduction of the duration of kissing scenes involving Anushka Sharma by half, according to the CBFC certificate that has surfaced online.
The romantic drama, set to release on October 28, has been given U/A certificate by the censor board. The CBFC also asked for deletion of three dialogues along with visuals accompanying it.
The certificate shows that two additions have been made after the film’s examination, which include anti-smoking scroll wherever smoking scenes come and increased duration of disclaimer of fiction.
Meanwhile, the film, which had been facing a series of troubles for a month, is finally set for a nationwide release on its scheduled date of October 28 with the MNS ending its protest against it and government extending its support to the film.