There may be eroticism aplenty in 'Jism 2' but one thing that Pooja Bhatt was quite sure about her Sunny Leone-Randeep Hooda affair was to keep foul language out of the equation. There is a reason behind that.
"Use of cuss words seemed fine at one point in time for films. In fact 'Delhi Belly' revelled on this very factor since it all seemed cool and hep. However when 'Jannat 2' released, it saw quite some criticism coming it's way due to too many swear words and innuendos.
Similarly even recent release 'Gangs of Wasseypur' saw similar feedback coming its way due to the way men as well as women in the film verbally abused each other.
Pooja wanted a classy treatment for the film and hence largely stayed away from foul language, whether in English or Hindi", says a source.
As a result of that, currently there is just one swear word at an important juncture of the film and whether to retain it or not is also currently being contemplated.
Confirms Pooja, "Yes, that's true. Why just foul language; my film doesn't have any double entendres either.
My characters don't require any of that."