The Censored Clip:
Radhika Apte’s claim that it was not her in the clip and that her face was morphed fell flat on its face the moment Anurag Kashyap came out with the fact that it is his film, shot for the international market and not the Indian market. In today’s world can anything like a movie be geographically separated? The movie ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ is banned in India but those who wanted to see it managed a DVD and saw it in the comfort of their homes. Same happened with the banned BBC documentary – ‘India’s Daughter’.
Anurag Kashyap said, “My story was inspired by a true story and is a very powerful film. It was very difficult to make this short film due to this little sequence in the film of a few seconds that involves the actress to lift her dress and expose her lower front part and needed that very minor partial nudity front shot. It took us so much time to do it in a non-sexual way, as it is meant to be absolutely non-sexual and we took all the care we could”.
Radhika Apte in full consciousness decided to do the scene. If she thought that the movie will never be seen in India, she is being naive. Yes Anurag Kashyap can complain to the police to find out who leaked the snippet of the nude scene if as he claims nobody from his team did it.