Daniel Craig's James Bond film 'No time to die' gets no cuts by CBFC with kissing scenes
Daniel Craig's James Bond film, No Time To Die get passed by CBFC with zero cuts; read more details.
The most awaited film featuring Daniel Craig as James Bond, aka Agent 007 in No time to die, will hit the cinemas on September 30. The CBFC has given zero cuts to the film, and the film will also release in India on September 30.
The film marks the last outing of Daniel Craig as the British spy Agent 007. He will be featuring in this highly-anticipated film with Oscar winner Rami Malek. New entries Lashana Lynch and Ana de Armas and returning stars would be Ralph Fiennes, Lea Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, and Jefferey Wright.
James Bond movies are popularly known for their erotic scenes and steamy sequences, and before its release in India, CBFC has passed No Time To Die with zero cuts.
The kissing and steamy scenes are untouched in the cut, and it will release worldwide. According to a report in Bollywood Hungama, No Time To Die has been passed with zero cuts. The film does have some violent scenes, but the CBFC did not ask for any cuts this time.
The studios were pleased that the CBFC was very considerate and understood the context of the film's scenes that are highly important in the movie. No Time To Die had gone through numerous delays due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. The franchise star Craig stated that it is very emotional for him to play the iconic role.
The actor also stated that Bond films don't get made too often, so to have this opportunity of the film being passed with zero cuts is a perfect moment for the entire cast and crew and is also one of the biggest things in his life. He even expressed his happiness towards the producers for letting him do this film and that he will miss it after that.