Spectre
'Spectre' releases on 26 October, 2015.Twitter/Spectre

"No Touching, No Kissing, Only Seeing, Only Seeing" -- it Looks like the Indian Censor Board has taken this song of Himesh Reshammiya too seriously.

The latest James Bond movie, "Spectre", starring Daniel Craig has finally passed the Censor Board certification but after getting four cuts -- two visual and two verbal.

Most of the Hollywood movies undego many cuts before getting released in India, and Daniel Craig's "Spectre" is one of those rare movies in which the CBFC has chopped off kissing scenes.

The Censor Board opined that the kissing scenes were too lengthy and thus, the kisses were shortened to a great extent for the Indian audience, reported The Indian Express.

"Spectre" will be released on 20 November across India, of course sans the long kisses between Daniel Craig and Monica Bellucci.

Meanwhile, Censor Board was trolled on Twitter with several jokes on the decision to shorten kissing scenes, and hashtag #SanskariJamesBond started trending on the micro-blogging site.

Check some of the hilarious jokes that flooded Twitter: