National honor winning performing artist Salim Kumar on Friday said he needed to expel a scene highlighting a dairy animals from his recently discharged Malayalam motion picture following a blue pencil board recommendation.
Kumar revealed to Malayalam news entries here that he expelled a “characteristic scene” including bovine from the motion picture titled ‘Daivame Kaithozham K Kumarakanam‘, after the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) requesting that he cut it.
Coordinated and composed by Salim Kumar himself, the film was discharged on Friday.
It additionally includes performer Jayaram, Anusree and Sreenivasan.
Kumar said that he didn’t start a lawful activity as the evacuation of that specific scene did not influence the film.
A lawful activity would have deferred the arrival of the motion picture, he said.
Kumar had won the National Award in the Best Actor classification for his execution in ‘Adaminte Makan Abu’ in 2010.