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Censor Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) has recently passed Deadpool for an Indian release with seven cuts.
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What were the seven cuts?

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    Is there anyway to get hold of the Indian versions of movies? (This might help the person who made that petition.) – ibid Feb 11 '16 at 23:58
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    Does it include an alternative cab driver with a comedy American accent? – Paul D. Waite Apr 9 '16 at 23:07
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From my own answer on What are the 7 cuts made in Indian version of Deadpool? from Movies & TV:

From businessofcinema.com, seven scenes that were cut by the censorboard of India are:

  1. All the cuss words have been muted.
  2. The triple headshot scene has been deleted during the car chase fighting scene. Because it shows violence.
  3. All the nud* and love scenes have been deleted and some have been shortened.
  4. Hand cutting and gushing of blood of Deadpool has been replaced with the visuals of Stefan Kapicic’s character Colossus.
  5. The bare bodies in the stri* club have been replaced.
  6. The lady in poster touching her parts is replaced.
  7. All the gory shots in the climax scene are replaced too.

Below is the official paper of the cuts made in film,

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After watching the film, I can say nothing will be missed from the story point of view, all the curse words are mute but rest is ok.

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    A very interesting look into a different culture than mine that I probably would not have been exposed to otherwise. – user31178 Feb 13 '16 at 19:46
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According to an article in the Hindustan Times:

"The DNA report suggests that the film was passed by the always-controversial censor board with just 7 cuts, and none of them are really that unexpected. Most of the profanity is gone. References to male and female reproductive organs have been removed. A love-making scene has been shortened as usual. Shots of a head being blown and a hand being chopped off have been severed. The same goes for a scene at a strip club where the amount of nudity has been greatly reduced."

(Source — emphasis mine)

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    All of that in just seven cuts? Impressive. – ibid Feb 12 '16 at 1:12
  • @ibid Impressive? It would be more interesting to know the total length of the cuts, rather than their number! :-) (I haven't seen the movie, but from what I heard removing profanity would reduce it to trailer length) – lfurini Feb 13 '16 at 8:01
  • @Ifurini even if they only focused on removing the profanity, I would imagine that there were more than seven expletives. – ibid Feb 14 '16 at 0:15

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