Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Salman Khan's KICK - Indian & British Censor notes - Exclusive

Salman Khan's upcoming EID flick 'KICK' was censored by CBFC, India last week. The film was granted a 'U/A' (Unrestricted Public Exhibition-But With Parental Guidance) certificate with one cut. According to censor report 'A Massage scene' has been chopped off from the film. The film'ss certified length is is 2 hours 26 mins 34 secs. 

The British censors BBFC censored the film yesterday and granted the film '12 A' certificate, means Cinema release suitable for 12 years and over. Censor report says film has moderate violence & gore. The Approved Running time is 146m 33s. The reporter furhter states the following

There are scenes of moderate violence, including multiple punches, kicks and blows with the impact of each blow heightened by the loud sound effects. There are gun shootings which result in small blood spurts, a head-butt, and a scene in which punches result in rib cage bones being broken, depicted in an x-ray style. There is some gory injury when a man and a woman fall to the ground from a suicidal jump and they are seen lying with blood around their heads. There are Hindi and English uses of mild bad language (e.g. 'saala', 'bloody', 'damn', 'shit').

Film will hit the screens worldwide on July 25th

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