Censor okays Titanic's erotic scenes

The two deleted erotic painting scenes from the blockbuster film ‘Titanic’ has been passed without censor cuts

The memorable and much rewound painting scene from James Cameron’s magnum will finally see the light of the day. The scene where Leonardo Di Caprio sketches Kate Winslet wearing just an emerald necklace has now been included in the 3D version.

In 1997, when Titanic first released, two scenes were cut. However this time, the film has been passed without any cuts at all and has received a clear U/A censor rating by CBFC. “Titanic 3D has been passed with a clear U/A rating from the Censor Board. The scenes cut in 1997 have now been included in the 3D version releasing on 5th April across all theaters in India,” says a source.

'Titanic' to set sail again

Opening across theatres on 5th April 2012 in India, the film’s 3D release is a commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic and pays a special tribute to the tragedy that took place in 1912. With Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in the main lead, ‘Titanic’ first released in 1997 and is one of the greatest love stories of all time, winning 11 Oscars that year.

 This will surely whet the anticipation of the millions of Titanic fans who have been awaiting the re-release of the film. In fact, the excitement is amongst the highest in India with an unprecedented 25 Lac fans from India on the Titanic 3D global Facebook page, which is in fact the No.1 fan base across the World.