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Sex & Nudity
- The film itself contains no sexual content.
- However one of the main themes of the film involves the rape of a female character (the act of which occurs off-screen).
- The film also contains dialogue references to the aforementioned attack, along with verbal references to other rape cases and to the perpetrators of the sexual assault.
Violence & Gore
- There is moderate action violence throughout, which includes kicks, punches and blows. During some fight sequences it is also suggested that bones are broken but without strong detail.
- There are also some stronger moments of violence which include a man being abducted and tortured; having a plastic bag held over his head before he is rescued soon afterwards and a scene in which an encounter situation is staged resulting in two small spurts of blood as character's are shot.
- In the aftermath of an implied sexual assault, the victim of the attack is seen on a hospital bed with cuts and bruising visible on her hands and face. It is also mentioned that her intestines were damaged during the attack. However there is no detail of this.
- There is use of mild bad language - 'bloody', 'saala', 'kameena' and 'God'.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- There is a brief moment of drug misuse in which an antagonistic character is seen moving his head upwards from a table filled with lines of white powder. The actual drug misuse occurs off-screen.
- Antagonistic characters are also seen working inside of a drug den were bags of powder are seen being handled. These bags are also put inside of children's backpacks and there told to deliver them to clients.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- There is a scene of implied sexual violence, in which a woman who has been built up throughout the first act of the film is beaten up and strangled before being dragged by the legs into a room were it's implied she's gang raped. While the act itself occurs off-screen the build up is rather intense and disturbing and could impact some audiences.