MUMBI;It’s not just nudity that’s a matter of concern for the Censor Board; controversial dialogues or mere words can also ring the alarm bells. The latest to run into hot water is the Lamhaa movie promo for reasons that may or may not be justified, depending upon one’s point of view. The movie’s promo was recently rejected by the board because of its controversial content. It only got the green signal only after several changes that were suggested by the revising committee. And as Rahul Dholakia, director of the film tells a daily, one major change was of the word ‘sabse’. One dialogue described Kashmir as “Duniya ki sabse khatarnak jagah”. Now, the word ‘sabse’ has been deleted. Gauzing the response to the promo, Rahul Dholakia is obviously worried, because if the promo has raised eyebrows what will happen to the film. Lamha, based on the troubled paradise Kashmir, stars Sanjay Dutt, Bipasha Basu and Kunal Kapoor in the lead roles.