The movie “Hi Nanna” recently underwent censorship where two parts were removed to ensure it received a U rating and could be enjoyed by all audiences. This film, focusing on the bond between a father and daughter, will run for 155 minutes without certain strong language and specific shots.
The removed elements include muting and censoring strong language like ‘Fu**** Bi***’ by using muted subtitles and changing a shot showing the heroine’s back to an alternative one. These alterations were made to align the movie with a more family-friendly tone and cater to a wider audience.
However, some viewers were surprised to hear about the removal of these parts from “Hi Nanna.” They expected a family-oriented film but were taken aback by the inclusion of strong language and scenes that didn’t fit that expectation. The film’s trailer, showcasing intimate scenes like lip locks, caused a stir when released. This departure from the typical family-friendly vibe associated with the movie’s lead actor, Nani, left some fans uncomfortable.
The unexpected presence of such scenes in a film promoted as family-centric has caused discomfort among viewers who generally prefer Nani’s movies for their family-friendly themes. Despite the changes made through censorship, the contrast between the film’s marketing and its actual content has led to a degree of surprise and unease among the audience.