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Too High In Level

Several beatings and shootings often with bloody results.

Thakur gets his arms cut off without blood by a sword partially off-screen.

A person is shown on fire. Directors cut only

Gabbar gets his hands crushed with some blood.

Thakurs family is shot and killed without blood. Directors cut only

Jai dies on Veerus arms after explosion. He is covered in blood and bruises.

An imams son is tortured (on-screen) and killed (off-screen).Directors cut only

In an alternate ending Gabbar dies after impaled with a spike by Thakur. Directors cut only


None Of That Level

A Seen In Which Veeru Go Top To A Tank And Behave Like Drunken Man And Having A Bottle In His Hand

High Level

Gabbar Singh is very intense.

Directors cut is more violent.

Death scenes can be intense.

Suitable For Family Viewing (U In INDIA)

India:Not Rated / UK:PG / UK:PG (cut) / UK:15 (tv rating) / UK:PG (video rating) (cut) / USA:Not Rated

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