Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar, who was in the national capital for the music launch of her upcoming film 'Anarkali of Aarah', slammed the censor board saying that Bollywood is desperately trying to grow but the censor board is not letting it grow. Clarifying further, Swara said that CBFC stands for the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), so it should not advice cuts and should only advice the age group who can see the film. She added a debate is definitely required for it and Bollywood should get united in this peak hour. The 28-year-old actress said the film industry pays a high amount of entertainment tax to the government and so they deserve to be treated better. The CBFC had chopped some of the bold scenes from the movie, which later leaked online but the actress, who plays a singer known for her double-meaning songs, said nothing in the film was done to sensationalise things. Produced by Priya and Sandiip Kapur, written and directed by Avinash Das, the film is set to release on March 24.