Censor ban on Pulan Visaranai - 2 lifted

Apr 20, 2008 PVS


The ban imposed by the Censor Board on "Pulan Visaranai 2" has been lifted by a 10-member review committee. The film has been issued an "A" certificate.


It is a sequel to Vijayakanth's blockbuster "Pulan Visaranai" which was directed by R.K. Selvamani and released 15 years ago.


Selvamani has directed "Pulan Visaranai 2" also in which Prasanth takes the place of Vijayakanth. A.S. Ibrahim Rowther is the producer. .


New faces Karthika, Ashwini and Adeem Khan are introduced in this film which is about an honest assistant police commissioner who is commissioned to track down dreaded gangsters. A new comer from Mumbai plays the villain.


The film was screened earlier last week for a four-member committee of the Censor Board. The members of the committee took exception to the scenes featuring characters looking like tennis champion Sania Mirza and also naming them as Sania Mirza. The committee also found 26 other scenes objectionable and wanted them to be removed.


On April 18, the film was again screened for a 10-member review committee headed by Kamala Selvaraj. It included four advocates, two social activists and two politicians. Director Selvamani appeared before the committee and answered the queries on the 26 scenes which the four-member committee did not approve of. After the four-hour arguments, the review committee wanted a particular dialogue by Prakashraj in the climax to be removed. The director agreed to this. The film was then cleared and given an 'A' certificate.


Selvamani told mediapersons that he had met the points raised by the review committee legally. Expressing happiness he said the film would be released on May 1.



More Info: Pulan Visaranai - part 2


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