Censor Board of Malaysia cuts the climax of ‘Kabali’


Today the Censorship Board Of Malaysia took a very awkward decision and said that Megastar Rajinikanth’s ‘Kabali’ should have a different ending in the country and crime should not be shown at the climax.

This decision of the Board have left the local fans of Rajinikanth fuming and they are fully against this.

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LPF chairman Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid said the board had requested the makers for the alterations in the movie, so that the viewers continue respecting the law.

As per the reports published on a leading daily Hamid said, “Normally under our guidelines, there must be some kind of element of retribution in the movie.

Especially if the characters shown in the movies are involved in crime, then there must be some kind of comeuppance for that. So, we asked the producer to put in a caption. This was to send a message that the law cannot be taken into your own hands.”

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Abdul Halim also admitted that the board had censored several scenes in Rajinikanth’s starrer film, moreover he even said that the cuts were only for five mins total.

“We have our own guidelines and anything that we feel could be sensitive, we censor. We took off the word and it’s better that way because if we do not do that, then the people will allege that we practice selective censorship,” he added.

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