Censor Board bows down to the Force  

After a 'Sanskari' approach to James Bond, the Board goes easy on Star Wars


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Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens next Friday in India, a week after its global release. The film did go through the Censor Board, but the CBFC has decided to go easy on any cuts. Interestingly, the film has been certified with a 'U' certificate, which means it is unconditionally open to viewing by audiences of all ages, without a single cut. 

Apparently, after the hue and cry over the censored kisses in the last James Bond film, the Board didn't want to take a chance with this one.