Akshay Kumar’s household entertainer Raksha Bandhan will get ‘U’ certificates with none deduction;  1 hour 50 minutes lengthy movie
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Akshay Kumar’s household entertainer Raksha Bandhan will get ‘U’ certificates with none deduction; 1 hour 50 minutes lengthy movie

By Fenil Seta, Aug 4, 2022 – 08:15 hrs IST

After Samrat Prithviraj, Akshay Kumar began getting ready for the discharge of his subsequent household drama Raksha Bandhan. Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar starrer Raksha Bandhan, directed by Aanand L Rai, is releasing on the pageant of Rakshabandhan on August 11. Since there are just a few days left for the discharge of the movie, the censor board formalities of the movie have additionally been accomplished. Bollywood Hungama Exclusively discovered that Raksha Bandhan has been cleared by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) with a ‘U’ certificates.

Akshay Kumar’s Raksha Bandhan will get ‘U’ certificates

With a ‘U’ certificates, the CBFC has not requested for a single lower within the movie. An in depth supply informed about this Bollywood Hungama informed, “Akshay Ki Raksha Bandhan is a clean family entertainer as seen in the trailer as well. Director Aanand L Rai has handled it sensitively. There was no need for abusive or intimate scenes in a film like this. Therefore, the CBFC Inquiry Committee did not feel the need to make any deduction in it.”

The censor certificates was handed over to the makers on August 3. The run time of Raksha Bandhan as talked about within the censor certificates is simply 110 minutes i.e. 1 hour 50 minutes. Raksha Bandhan is claimed to be the shortest movie ever in Akshay’s profession spanning over 30 years.

an exhibitor Bollywood Hungama “The duration of Raksha Bandhan is surprisingly less than two hours. We are happy as we will be able to accommodate it with Laal Singh Chaddha, which is of 2 hours 42 minutes duration, which is releasing on the same day. Had Raksha Bandhan also been longer, there would have been a problem between the two sharing shows equally, especially in single screen theatres.”

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