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Sex & Nudity

  • In one scene, young girls are shown being auctioned, crude remarks can be heard
  • Sensuous song - Chikni Chameli - A woman wearing a blouse and skirt (her midriff can be seen) is shown dancing provocatively for a room full of men.
  • Deleted song - O'Saiyaan - A man and woman have sex at the end of the song, no nudity is seen and the scene is brief

Violence & Gore

  • This film contains (fairly) strong bloody and occasionally bloody violence. Injury detail is occasionally present, especially in the climax.
  • There are 2 main accounts of this by the BBFC (British censor board) and CBFC (Indian censor board)
  • The BBFC certified this film suitable for people 15+ for 'strong violence'
  • The CBFC certified this 12+ (U/A) saying that none of the violence is very disturbing.
  • NOTE: The CBFC has historically been more forgiving with violence, whereas the BBFC has been forgiving with sexual content/nudity.


Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • The plot involves an island that is taken over for the manufacture of cocaine. The white powder is shown by a man wishing to distribute it to the city. The potential buyer tastes the drugs on the tip of his finger.
  • A brief shot of man snorting drugs.
  • A raucous party involves a woman lighting cigarettes for men and passing bottles of alcohol around.
  • The villain smokes a pipe.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The film is driven by a very intense theme of revenge, although perhaps not as intense as the 1990 Agneepath.

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