Tik Tik Tik (2018)
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Sex & Nudity
- Swarthi kisses Vasu in order to distract some guards
- Swarthi is shown in a swimsuit at one point and it's implied that some of Vasu's team are ogling her
Violence & Gore
- There is some occasional sci-fi action violence, as characters are punched, hit or shot with laser guns
- In one of the stronger scenes, a woman is repeatedly struck in the face with a golf club; below screen. As a result of this some bloody impact detail is briefly shown during and in the aftermath of the attack
- In one scene, Vasu is shown taking out several guards onboard a spaceship; he throws two bladed objects at them; however the stabbings themselves are undetailed
- A character is slammed into a table.
- Scenes of moderate violence include action sequences in which characters slap, punch and kick each other as well as bash heads into tables.
- There is some mild bad language, which includes the use of 'shit', 'damn', 'hell', 'piss' and 'bloody'. In addition to this language some versions of the film shown in cinemas include the trailer for Vijay Sethupathi's 'Junga' attached to the main feature; at the interval block. This trailer includes a single, uncensored use of 'f**k' in a song lyric.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Characters are shown drinking alcohol and at one point the alcohol is seen floating in space. However both acts of the film start with a notice as well as a small notice at the bottom of the screen warning the potential dangers of cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- There are some intense situations, such as when characters are left dangling in space along with some near death/distructive threats
- A child character is kidnapped and held hostage for a majority of the film, he is shown tied to a chair; in a dark abandoned building with tape covering his eyes and mouth
- A sinister, muffled voice blackmails the protagonist for a large percentage of the film. This might be frightening to some viewers
- A character is implied to shoot himself; only the gunshot is heard.