'Hunterrr', a coming-of-age comedy, revolves around an unassuming sex addict and his lustful journey in life.
"It was conceived and in the making for a long time when censor board was very lenient. It's as if we are preparing for our board exam and the syllabus has changed at the last moment.”
"We did not face much problem because we only had three cuss words in the movie. It's a really subtle comedy. And I am the biggest censor myself," he said.
The film bagged an 'A' certificate but the director said their film was cleared in the first screening itself.
"We were not worried about censorship. The film was never supposed to be filled with expletives. It's not as if the film has changed dramatically after the censorship," said Kulkarni, who wrote the screenplay of hit romantic-comedy "Hasee Toh Phasee".
The director admitted he was sceptical about writing the movie because he did not want to be branded as a B-grade filmmaker.
'Hunterrr', releasing this Friday, stars Gulshan Devaiah, Radhika Apte and Sai Tamhankar in lead roles and has been produced by Phantom Films.


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