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Indian censors ban Fifty Shades

The racy Fifty Shades Of Gray movie won't be exciting film fans in India after censors there blocked the adaptation of E.L. James' erotic novel from cinemas.

The chief executive of India's Central Board of Film Certification, Shravan Kumar, has not revealed why the film has been banned, but he has given movie bosses a chance to appeal the decision.


A source claims the film board objected to some of the movie's dialogue.


The hit film, which opened on 13 February (15) in many countries, has been banned in Malaysia, Indonesia and Kenya, largely because of its sexual content.