When Titanic 3D is released in India, it will include scenes that were originally censored from the original movie in 1997, the Hollywood Reporter have revealed. Indian censors originally insisted that the infamous 'sketch scene' was deleted from the final cut before it was deemed suitable for release there.
The scene in question shows Leonardo Dicaprio as Jack Dawson, sketching a picture of Kate Winslet (playing the role of Rose DeWitt), who was modelling for him, wearing nothing but an emerald necklace. The film, scheduled for release on April 5, 2012 has now been passed for release without any scenes removed, according to the film's distributors in India (Fox Star Studios). The movie has been passed as a U/A, which is similar to the UK PG-13 rating. The film's producer John Landau visited India to promote the release there, attending a preview screening for Bollywood celebrities and guests.
The movie's director James Cameron attended the London premiere of the movie, along with the leading lady Kate Winslet. After the screening, James and Kate went for a meal at Claridges. John was accompanied by his wife, Suzy Amis and Kate had her new boyfriend in tow. Ned Rocknroll, her new partner, is the nephew of Richard Branson and works as an executive for Virgin Glalactic. Cameron told reporters that Titanic is a 'timeless classic' and added "The big thrill of it isn't just the 3D. it's bringing it back to the big screen, where it has a lot more emotional impact."
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