Members of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) want four scenes in the new James Bond adventure to be altered because they are deemed too raunchy.

The scenes in question include kisses between Daniel Craig's 007 and his love interests played by Monica Bellucci and Lea Seydoux, according to Variety.com.

However, one of the board's members, Ashoke Pandit, has taken issue with the proposed cuts and declared Spectre should not be altered to appease the censors.

In a series of posts on Twitter.com, he writes, "I don't subscribe to (the) curtailing of creative rights... #Spectre is an internationally applauded film... I feel (the cuts would make) a mockery of the freedom of a filmmaker."

The board gave Spectre a U/A rating, meaning parental discretion is advised for children aged under 12.

Spectre scored the biggest opening week ever at the U.K. box office upon its release in October (15) with takings of $63.8 million (£41.7 million) and it also topped the chart in the U.S.