Ajay Devgn, Rakul Preet and Tabu‘s film De De Pyaar De, is releasing tomorrow, May 17 and ahead of the film’s release, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has suggested the makers to replace an alcohol bottle with a bouquet of flowers in the song ‘Vaddi Sharaban’. Also Read - Ajay Devgn's Cousin Anil Devgan Passes Away at 51, Actor Says no Prayer Meet Due to COVID-19

On its official website, CBFC mentioned that the film was granted a U/A certificate on May 7 after three alterations or cuts.”Deleted the visuals where (the) heroine holds (an) alcohol bottle and replaced (it) with (the) heroine holding (a) flower bouquet … in the song ‘Vaddi sharaban’,” read the details of the cut. Two more visuals and dialogues have been cut. One was around halfway into the movie. The dialogue “performance better hoti hai” along with the visual has been cut. The final cut involved the visuals and dialogue “Manju ji ke aalu O ho ho… wahi ache hain…” and “ki yeh sab jhoot hain”. Also Read - 'Yaad Hai Na 2 October Ko Kya Hua Tha': 'Drishyam' Fans Are Back With Yearly Reminder, Flood Twitter With Memes

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Produced by Luv Ranjan, De De Pyaar De is slated to release on May 17. Ajay will also be starring in a film directed by Luv. The film will also feature Ranbir Kapoor in the lead. It is said to be an action-drama being made on a big scale. Reports have been doing the rounds that Deepika Padukone will be paired with Ranbir in the film.

Post De De Pyaar De, Ajay will be seen in Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior where he will be playing the role of Maratha warrior Tanaji Malusare. It is one of the most ambitious projects of his life and will be playing the titular character. Ajay will also be starring in SS Rajamouli’s film RRR with Alia Bhatt. Other films in his kitty are a biopic on football coach Syed Abdul Rahim and Bhuj: The Pride of India, based on real-life incidents. Ajay has also signed Neeraj Pandey’s Chanakya.

(With inputs from IANS)