Exclusive: Hrithik, Saif Starrer Vikram Vedha Receives Following Cuts From The Censor Board. Details Inside!

The CBFC CEO Ravinder Bhakar said about replacing the mention of the age of boy from 15 to 18.

Vikram Vedha stars Saif Ali Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Rohit Saraf and Radhika Apte. It is directed by Pushkar-Gayathri. Vishal and Shekhar have worked on its music. It has reportedly been made with a budget of 175 crore. It is said to be a remake of a Tamil film released in 2017. It is set to release in theatres on September 30, 2022.

It is presented by T-Series, Gulshan Kumar, and Reliance Entertainment in association with Friday Filmworks & Jio Studios and a YNOT Studios Production. Its song ‘Alcholia’ was launched at an event with broadcast in 15 cities showcasing Hrithik’s unique dancing steps.

Earlier, we broke the film’s runtime as 2 hour 40 minutes. Now, we bring you the exclusive update from it that certain statements and phrases of it have been censored by the Central Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) and it has asked the makers to modify them accordingly as they receive U/A (Unrestricted Public Exhibition – But With Parental Guidance) certification.

It has asked to put disclaimer warning stating, “The filmmaker or any person associated with this film does not intend to encourage or promote the involvement of children in violence or any form.” The CBFC CEO Ravinder Bhakar said about replacing the mention of the age of boy from 15 to 18, and asked for the removal of visuals of lady police slapping the school girl. “Replaced the word B*****d with Rat, Muted C*****a, and Replaced the word f**k your mother with your mother, from wherever they occurred,” read the description sent by CBFC to makers “to comply with the law in force”.

We also broke that ‘Code Name: Tiranga’ and ‘Thank God’ trailers will be attached with Vikram Vedha, which comprises 1 hour 25 minutes in first half, another 1 hour 15 minutes.

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