Mumbai, April, 14 (CINEWS): Tiger Shroff’s fans would be glad to realize that his post-debut film Baaghi which opens on April 29 has been cleared by the Censor Board Of Film Certification with a ‘UA'(open to youngsters with parental direction) without any cuts.
As per sources the control barricade was taken by Tiger’s hand to hand fighting abilities and needed to confirm the film for all ages. In any case it was in the end chose that the film ought to get a “UA” regardless of its engage young viewers.
Says a source, “A few board people felt Tiger’s action scenes reproduced Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan’s craft of self-protection and was accordingly attractive survey for non-grown-ups. Be that as it may, an area of the blue pencil board felt the volume of savagery did not legitimize a “U” endorsement. The film appeals to kids. Yet, so does The Jungle Book and it has been ensured with a “UA” for its dull tone. It was felt that a “UA” for Baaghi would fill the need of permitting the children access into the film without the danger of folks responding emphatically to the action scenes.”
Maker Sajid Nadiadwala left content with the “UA” accreditation. “I’ve never had any issue with the censor board”, he said.