JOLLY LLB 2 : Akshay Kumar opens up on the alleged four cuts

Vishal Verma, Glamsham Editorial
2/8/2017 10:47:54 AM

Akshay Kumar opens up on the said four cuts order issued by the Bombay High Court to the makers. According to reports, the petition filed by the makers of JOLLY LLB in Supreme Court against the Bombay High Court order has been withdrawn and the movie will be releasing this week, honoring the court judgment and deleting the following four portions from the Subhash Kapoor directed film.


Before we list the scenes which will be chopped from the film, we bring to you the clearance on the particular cuts made by Akshay Kumar during the film’s promotion event in Delhi, that are contrary to the general belief.
Akshay Kumar has being reportedly quoted saying, “Four scenes have not been cut in Jolly LLB 2. One scene from the film is going to have four cut.

Here are the four cuts in JOLLY LLB 2 ordered by Bombay High Court

1. The scene where a scared judge, played by actor Saurabh Shukla, ducks and hides behind the chair while pronouncing his verdict in the crouching position only. The jumping on and off the dais will be removed, but the corresponding exchange of dialogue will be retained.

2. The scene where a lawyer is having a conversation with the judge and then signals his client, who then throws a shoe. The ‘signal’ shot will be deleted.

3. The scene where a shoe is hurled at the judge. The scene will be modified and the shoe will not land on the judge or his table.

4. The scene where an argument breaks out in the court, now needs to have modified dialogues. The line “Kya akkal lagaayi hai” will be chopped.

It’s a sigh of relief for the fans of Akshay Kumar who were quite worried when advocate Ajay Kumar Waghmare filed a petition in Bombay High Court demanding the removal of LLB from the film’s title stating that the movie shows lawyers in bad light.