We just cater to demand: Divya Khosla Kumar

We just cater to demand: Divya Khosla Kumar

Mumbai, Aug 9 (IANS) Director Divya Khosla Kumar, wife of T-Series chief Bhushan Kumar, whose recent song ‘Pyaar Manga Hai’ has been termed as ‘semi porn’, says that they just cater to the audience’s demand and it is up to them to judge it.

About the song being termed ‘semi porn’, Divya, present on the sidelines of Gemfields Retail Jeweller India Awards, said, “Everything that goes to TV is censored and fortunately or unfortunately, there is no censorship for internet, so a lot is available on the internet.

It is up to a person to judge it… We are a company that provides entertainment to the audience.

The video of the song – a recreation of Kishore Kumar’s evergreen song of the same name – sees Zareen Khan and Ali Fazal indulging in some steamy kissing and lovemaking scenes.

The banner is not new to this as previously they had also come up with the erotic thrillers ‘Hate Story 2’ and ‘Hate Story 3’ and is now coming up with another erotic thriller starring Sana Khan. Their films ‘Bhaag Johnny’ and ‘Ek Paheli Leela’ have also had several such scenes.

There were reports that Divya has signed Akshay Kumar for her next film. However, she said, “I’ll make my announcement when my script will be finalized and till now, even the script is not completed. So I have not done any casting right now.”

The banner is popular for the ‘Aashiqui’ franchise. Any development on ‘Aashiqui 3’? She said, “Nothing till now.”

Divya had recently directed ‘Sanam Re’ starring Pulkit Samrat and Yami Gautam.

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