The phrase “Ghapa Ghap” became well-known thanks to the Ranbir Kapoor-starring 2018 blockbuster Sanju. The phrase is used by Vicky Kaushal’s character in the Sanjay Dutt biopic, and it is slang for sex. The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) approved it and gave the movie a U/A certificate of clearance. However, five years later, the CBFC requested that the song “Ghapa Ghap” be removed from the upcoming movie Jogira Sara Ra Ra.
Jogira Sara Ra Ra, which stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Neha Sharma, has been approved with a U/A certificate and 7 cuts. The CBFC inspecting committee asked that the words “daal de…mere” and “Chub raha hai” be muted. Additionally, a swear phrase that wasn’t on the cut list was censored. ‘E lo…nahin jaayega’ and the accompanying graphics were briefly removed. The distracting “finger gesture” images were occasionally removed and swapped over with more appropriate images. A smoking scenario contained the anti-smoking ticker. ‘Ghapa Ghap’ was then finally deleted and replaced with more appropriate language. The dialogue in question is between a brother and a sister, according to the trimmed list.
On May 8, the censor certificate was given to the creators of Jogira Sara Ra Ra after these modifications had been made. According to the certificate, the movie has a running time of 121 minutes. In other words, the duration of this romantic comedy adventure is 2 hours and 1 minute.
It’s interesting to note that Jogira Sara Ra Ra was scheduled to premiere this Friday, May 12. But the producers chose to delay the movie because of other releases. The new release date for Jogira Sara Ra Ra is May 26. However, because the original release date was set for the second week of May, the producers started the censorship procedure in order to obtain the certificate before May 12.