Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo (2020)
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Sex & Nudity
- No nudity, but infrequent mild sex references. There are 2 jokes about the male lead watching pictures of women on the internet as a profession.
- The male lead has an inappropriate obsession with the female lead's legs. He unashamedly stares at her though she asks him to stop, while the camera equally obsesses with angles of her legs.
- No item songs.
Violence & Gore
- We see blood soaking into a man's shirt after he is stabbed in the chest with the pointed end of an umbrella.
- Another man is stabbed with a kebab skewer.
- Occasional moderate fight scenes feature stylised slow-motion kicks, punches and blows with metal pipes.
- A woman falls from a balcony during a scuffle, resulting in moderate bloody aftermath images.
- There are close-up images of the face of a baby who is believed to be dead; it soon transpires that the baby is actually alive and healthy.
- The hero of the film is repeatedly shown ogling his female boss's legs at work.
- He is not disciplined for his behaviour, and his boss subsequently falls in love with him.
- The film include brief, non-graphic references to suicide.
- The film include infrequent mild bad language ('crap').
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Cigarettes and alcohol scenes are shown but not in a horrible way
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- This work contains flashing images which may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.