The Censor Board has cleared the Dulquer Salmaan film, Kammattipaadam and much to the disappointment of the makers and Dulquer fans, the film received an 'A' certificate.
Reportedly, Kammattipaadam's 'A' certificate is due to the extreme violence shown in the film. The CBFC (Censor Board of Film Certification) has also asked the makers to chop off a few major action sequences in the film.
Kammattipaadam is Dulquer Salmaan's first film to receive the 'A' certificate from the Censor Board. The movie's actual duration was 2 hours and 45 minutes. However, now it has been reduced to 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Kammattipaadam features Dulquer as Krishnan, a 40-year-old man who lives in Mumbai. The film also marks the acting debut of model Shaun Romy. The film also stars Shine Tom Chacko, Vinayakan, Vinay Forrt, Amalda Liz, P Balachandran, Suraj Venjarammood, Alancier, and Manikandan, among others.
The trailer of Kammattipaadam was met with a good response from the audience. The action-entertainer will hit the screens this Friday.
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