It seems superstar Shah Rukh Khan is in no mood to fight with the censor board, as he has reportedly decided not to include raunchy scenes in the item song of his upcoming film, "Chennai Express".

Shah Rukh was supposed to shoot for a special song with Tamil bombshell Nayantara, which was to be choreographed by Prabhu Deva but he dropped the idea and settled for 'a sober song with non-risque movements' keeping in mind the Censor Board's strict stand on item songs.

"So Prabhu Dheva's elder brother Raju Sunderam, who is a formidable name in choreography and who hardly ever steps into Bollywood, was coaxed to do the item song for "Chennai Express," a source told Daily News Analysis.

"Shah Rukh in any case has a family image. But now with all eyes of the moral police focused on item songs, he has decided not to go anywhere close to raunchy. His brief to Raju Sunderman was to make it fun but not raunchy."

Raju Sunderam has previously choreographed Shahid Kapoor in 'Kaminey' (2009).

It is reported that Tamil actress Priyamani has been roped in to pair with Shah Rukh for the song. 

SRK fans are in for another round of disappointment.

King Khan has refused to include kissing scene. His onscreen kiss with Katrina Kaif in "Jab Tak Hain Jaan".

There will be no kisses for Shah Rukh in his upcoming films including "Chennai Express".

Shah Rukh acts with and Deepika Padukone in "Chennai Express" and it is expected to be released by the end of the year.