Anushka Sharma and Vikramaditya Motwane, the co-producers of 'NH10', whose release date got pushed by a week due to censor board's objection to certain scenes in the film, feel such restrictions curtail the creativity and vision of filmmakers.
The thriller is finally set to hit theatres this Friday. Anushka, 26, who is making her production debut with the film, about a road trip gone wrong, said such limitations tend to stunt the growth an original idea.
"The problem is that when you start working with so many parameters and restrictions, it is actually killing the scope of coming out with original ideas because you are already working within boundaries," Anushka told reporters here yesterday.
The actress said that a proper rating system should be introduced so that the audience can enjoy the movies they want to watch instead of cutting stuff out of movies.
"I think it would be nice to have a rating system and not just cut things out of films. It should be left to the audience to decide what they want to watch. People have the option to walk out of the halls. I wish that kind of responsibility was given to us," she said.
Motwane, who has directed films like 'Udaan' and 'Lootera', said it is disappointing when they are forced to chop off scenes from their films in which so much hard work has gone.