Now the audience will not be able see those scenes on internet as well, which are banned by Censor Board. Central Board of Film Certification has taken this decision. Film producer will not be able to release these scenes on any web platform. Assistant Solicitor General of India Chetan Mittal told Punjab and Haryana High Court to send Affidavit to Maker about this. This issue came after hearing on a PIL, which was appointed in January. This PIL was against deemed vulgar content in recently released movies 'Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3' and 'Mastizaade'. Censored things cannot be shown on TVs, but they could be release on Internet. Due to this censored part of some films use to release on Youtube. Petitioner presented the CD of scenes of Both the films with her Petition. These scenes were downloadable. Petitioner told that these scenes are Vulgar. Then court asked the answer to the Ministry and Censor Board. After seeing the CD, it was clear that Censor Board removed the scene and were not the part of the movie. Mittal told Court that Board has no rights to certify content available on Internet. Court asked the solution to this matter from the minister. After this Court reached to this decision that Affidavit should be taken from the makers that they will not release censored parts. Court accepted the Affidavit by Ministry and Censor Board. It was said in Affidavit that there is no law in Cinematography act, to certify content which is posted on the internet. According to Affidavit, board certifies films only for public exhibition in theatres or on television as per the Cinematography Act, 1952, and related rules.