Remo D’Souza: Censor Board has given thumbs up to ABCD 2

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Media is abuzz with the reports that filmmaker Remo D’Souza has been approached by the Censor Board to remove a derogatory line from his film ABCD 2, although they have given ‘U’ certificate to the film. However, as per Remo the news is baseless. On the contrary Censor Board is happy with the film ABCD 2, which is set to hit the screens on June 19, 2015.

Remo clears, “Censor board is all the more happy with ABCD 2 and given ‘U’ certificate to the film. There is no such problem with it. Since a studio like Disney is involved, they can’t go wrong as they cater to the family audience. Censor Board personally called me and gave thumbs up to my film."

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Remo further reveals that ABCD 2, which is a sequel to ABCD (ANYBODY CAN DANCE), has many surprises to offer. While B-town is already going gaga over ABCD 2 music, there are two essential songs from the film that are yet to come out and Remo touts it to be the major highlight. “The promos and songs that you have been seeing is just 25 percent of the film. There are lots of surprises in store. There are cameos from International stars as well. So, wait and watch for it,” he says.

ABCD 2 stars Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Prabhu Dheva, Lauren Gottlieb and others.

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