Sooraj Barjatya has the tag of "the cleanest filmmaker" in the industry, but he may have to let it go with "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo".

According to reports, the Censor Board has objected to a few scenes in the film. Mid Day sources reveal the use of the world "rakhail" has been disapproved, apart from few shots, which the makers will apparently have to do away with.

"The scene plays out with the film's title track and was interspersed with two old songs in some portions. The Censor Board felt it was not suitable to accompany the Ram-Leela visuals. The other scene shows a person being hanged, but the examining committee wanted it to be a long shot. The makers have complied with all the suggestions," the insider was quoted as saying.

However, Censor Board member Nandini Sardesai has denied knowledge of any such development.

Meanwhile, Twitter users are having a good laugh over scenes from "PRDP" being reportedly censored. Some of them brutally trolled the family entertainer on the micro-blogging site.

Here are some tweets:

Isshqa !!: Prem drinks ThumpsUp instead of Gangajal #PRDPCensoredScenes

Sayantan Ghosh: Men serving food. #PRDPCensoredScenes

Sunil: Salman & Sonam goes to Goa for their honeymoon, instead of Vaishno Devi #PRDPCensoredScenes

Happy DeePayoli: Sonam Kapoor is shown as a working woman, and not a housewife. #PRDPCensoredScenes

Amit: Scene which shows Salman putting the Family Whatsapp group on mute. #PRDPCensoredScenes

Abhishek: #PRDPCensoredScenes because how can you make a sanskari movie without Alok nath.

In other news, the film, which stars Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor in lead roles, is scheduled to release on 12 November.