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A Wednesday
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The whole movie is about a bomb threat. Conversations frequently refer to hundreds being killed in bomb blasts.

Police officer Arif is frequently shown violently beating up suspects. Commissioner Rathod also beats up a terror suspect and bangs his head against the wall repeatedly.

An explosion is shown which results in three men being killed, we see three burning bodies being thrown about. In the aftermath of the explosion the bodies are shown lying with a lot of blood and bits of flesh strewn around them.

A man is shot dead at point blank range, we see blood spurt out from his chest. Another man is shot in the arm.

A couple of instances of the Hindi equivalent of 'motherf-', one use of 'ass', several uses of 'bastard'. Except for bastard, the words 'maadarchod'('motherfucker'- twice) and gaand(ass- once) have been beeped out in the Indian version of the movie

Commissioner Rathod tells his two police officers to come home after the end of the terror threat and have a drink with him.

The tone of the entire movie is very intense with a terror threat of several bomb blasts across the city looming large on the plot.


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