Arun Vijay-Starrer Gets U/A Certificate From Censor Board!

Censor Board clears Arun Vijay-starrer 'Yaanai' for release with U/A certificate
Censor Board clears Arun Vijay-starrer ‘Yaanai’ for release with U/A certificates ( Photo Credit – Yaanai Poster )

The Censor Board of Film Certification has cleared the release of director Hari’s eagerly-awaited Tamil motion entertainer ‘Yaanai’, that includes Arun Vijay and Priya Bhavani Shankar within the lead, with a clear U/A certificates.

The unit of the film confirmed the news by selecting to release a poster saying that the film had been censored and that it had been granted a U/A certificates.

The mass entertainer, which was initially scheduled to release on May 6 this yr obtained postponed to June 17 after which to July 1.

Actor Arun Vijay had stated that the unit had chosen to postpone the film’s release to July 1 to facilitate director Lokesh Kanakaraj’s motion blockbuster Vikram’s sturdy run in theatres.

The satellite tv for pc and digital rights of the film have already been purchased by the Zee group.

Produced by Drumstick Productions, the film is primarily targetted at ‘B’ and ‘C’ centre audiences.

The film has raised expectations as that is the primary rural script that Arun Vijay is doing after a spot of just about 12 years.

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