And the controversy rages on. After the filmmakers of Udta Punjab approached the Bombay High Court for contesting the cuts made to the movie, the CBFC has released the official list of edits to be made to the movie so that it can be cleared with an â€˜Aâ€™ certificate. Among other cuts, the list asks filmmakers to remove mentions of the state of Punjab, which appears 94 times in the movie. Mentions of other cities such as Jalandhar, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Tarn Taran, Ludhiana, and Moga have been asked to be removed from the dialogues. There are 80 cuts also ordered, some of which include removal of cuss words like b******d, m*******d, g***u; mentions of words like MP, election, party worker, parliament; a scene of Shahid Kapoor urinating in front of a crowd; close-up shots of actors using drugs among others. The censor board has also asked the filmmakers to include a disclaimer supported with audio and video to appear before the film as follows: â€œThe film focuses on the rising menace of drugs and the war against drugs and is an attempt to show the ill-effects of drugs on todayâ€™s youth and social fabric. We acknowledge the battle against drugs being fought by the government and the police. But this battle canâ€™t be won unless the people of India unite against the menace.â€ In this whole row, the Information and Broadcasting ministry has chosen to throw up their hands and not associate themselves with this case. Until the above provisions are met with, the CBFC refuses to allow the release of the film with an â€˜Aâ€™ grade on the promised date of the 17th of June.