Parents GuideAdd to guide
Showing all 17 items
Sex & Nudity
Violence & Gore
- Contains strong gory as well as bloodless violence throughout. Instances includes scenes of:
- * A neck slash with gore.
- * A fight sequence involving use of various improvised weapons.
- * A screwdriver pierced into the ear of a man.
- * A fight sequence involving use of machetes where characters are killed brutally but without much detail.
- * A portion of skin is cut in a hospital by doctors. Later they wash their hands full of blood.
- * A character is hit by a hidden machete and while blood drips from the machete, the man lies in a pool of blood.
- * Two characters are decapitated offscreen and their bodies and heads are shown separately, covered in a cloth. Their headless bodies are later seen uncovered in a brief shot but the visuals are blurred.
- * Some other scenes of violence.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Contains some scenes of drug use where drugs are used both as a recreational drug and a weapon.
- In the scene depicting recreational drug use, there is a brief depiction of a man rolling a joint with some brown substance seen in his hand. The antagonist, who is established to be a drug user, takes it from him and smokes it while looking dazed.
- Two other scenes of drug use depict characters being coerced into consuming drugs. In the first scene, a man is beaten unconscious before his attacker proceeds to prepare a drug injection. The sequence contains some shots of him heating the drug using a spoon, drawing the liquid into a syringe, tapping on the arm that has been bound using a cloth to find the vein before it is implied that he injects his victim.
- Another scene depicts a man being forced to snort lines of white powder implied to be cocaine while being threatened with weapons. [Source: Singapore Censor Board Extended Classification]
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Uriyadi is a violent action thriller that has multiple scenes of strong violence. The most intense sequence throughout the film is in the climax and rest other portions too contain intense violence.
- As mentioned by the director Vijay Kumar, the film isn't for the faint hearted.