Pooja had earlier said that a few Jism 2 songs are high on the sex quotient and the other three are suitable for TV viewing. On the other hand, talking to IANS, Dino Morea said, "The TV promos will be censored. We do respect the censor board. What we can't release on TV, we are releasing online. With TV you don't have a choice, but when you will go to see the film, you do have a choice to buy your tickets."
Sometime back, Pooja Bhatt was awfully upset with the Censor Board's decision for giving 'A' certificate to the song promo of her film. Hence, she had decided to release the hottest trailers online. Reportedly, only the not-so-hot songs will make their way to your TV screens.
"So, basically the uncensored version will go online and a toned down, censored or acceptable version for all age (group) will go on TV. This is our double barrel market planning," Dino Morea said.