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This Version Of The "Fifty Shades Of Grey" Trailer Shows How Ridiculous Censorship In India Is

Dude, where's my sanskaar?

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Over the past few weeks, India has seen everything from a Censor Board hell bent on protecting Indian youth from values not rated below PG-13 to random Hindu nationalist groups announcing that unmarried couples seen outside on Valentine's day will be forcefully married off to each other.

Hey look so many people are laughing and enjoying something and actually having fun, not cool, let's ruin it for them - India's moral police

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Hey look so many people are laughing and enjoying something and actually having fun, not cool, let's ruin it for them - India's moral police

11:17 PM - 03 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

In addition to immoral young boys and girls being cleansed of the ultimate sin - being in love - Valentine's day 2015 will also see the release of "Fifty Shades of Grey", the big screen adaptation of E.L. James' 2011 erotic romantic bestseller. Knowing that the authorities would have their hands full, comedian Sahil Shah decided to make their lives easier and took it upon himself to cut a trailer in line with current day Indian culture and morality.

Presenting the trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey – the Indian government-approved version:

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