Bhumi Pednekar Says 'High-On-Content Films Today Have Heartland Stories'

Bhumi Pednekar Says 'High-On-Content Films Today Have Heartland Stories'

Bhumi Pednekar Says 'High-On-Content Films Today Have Heartland Stories'

Akshay Kumar's upcoming film Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is buzzing with interesting updates. In stark contrast, Nawazuddin Siddiqui's new film Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is battling 48 cuts by the CBFC.

In the video, we see Bhumi Pednekar walking into her room. "I was surprised to read the news about eight cuts in the film", the actor told reporters during a promotional event for the film here. Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is a film directed by Shree Narayan Singh. Akhsay insisted he took up the film not because of the hype around it but because he genuinely believed in the story. "They have set an example with their dedication for newcomers", she said.

"Seventy per cent of our country lives in small towns. This campaign is a small, but hopefully impactful contribution from the team of "Toilet: Ek Prem Katha" towards giving the people in these cities a much needed resource, and making sanitation a part of their conversations in a positive manner".

According to a report in DNA, CBFC has ordered 8 verbal cuts before giving the film a UA certificate. We all used to follow the same principle of taking less stress and living happily", says Kumar and adds, "I try to be fit and work out regularly. And with Anupam Kher by his side, with whom he has delivered hits, we are sure that this social messaging film could become a blockbuster.

The veteran actor believes it is the "golden time for Indian cinema" and credits the evolution of the audience for this change.

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