The upcoming adult comedy films, "Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3" and "Mastizaade", created quite a buzz since their trailers were released. The Information & Broadcasting (I&B) ministry repotedly demanded an explanation from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) regarding vulgarity shown in these two flicks' trailers.

CBFC chairman Pahlaj Nihlani has sent an explanation to the I&B Ministry. He said that he was shocked to see the scenes in the trailers that were already censored, DNA reported. He pointed out that the scenes being shown in "Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3" and "Mastizaade" trailers are illegal.

"The steep level of vulgarity in the trailers was brought to our notice. And we were shocked to see scenes and dialogues that we had censored, being used in the trailer. But I've a mind of my own. And I know what is good for the film industry as I've been a producer for 40 years," Nihlani told the leading daily.

On the other hand, "Mastizaade" director Milap Zaveri said that all the scenes that were shown in the trailer will be present in the film as well. "The first thing I told my editor is that I don't want to use any footage that wasn't passed by the censors," Zaveri told The Asian Age.

"I know that on YouTube you can show anything, but we were very clear that all the material used would be part of the film. We didn't want to fool the audience by showing them something in the trailer that wasn't going to be part of the film," he added.

Though the audience has liked the trailers, it is still not sure whether those steamy scenes will be there in the film or not. One can tell after the movies are released. Mandana Karimi starrer "Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3" will hit the theatres on 22 January, while Sunny Leone's "Mastizaade" will be released on 29 January.