Rakesh Roshan is a happy producer. At least for now. Kaabil was granted a UA certificate by the Central Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) with four minor verbal cuts. Sources at the CBFC say it was easy to certify the film. “All of Hrithik’s films are clean family-oriented.
Though Kaabil is a revenge saga, it is not excessively violent. It is a very emotional film. And we feel it should be watched by every one. It is the best revenge story since Ghajini.” Producer Rakesh Roshan says he’s happy with the censor certification. “We don’t mind the cuts at all because they don’t hamper the story’s flow. We are happy with the censor certification,” he says.
We are assuming that the four verbal cuts would have happened in either Ronit Roy or Rohit Roy’s dialogues as they are the ones who are playing the negative parts in the revenge drama. This is the first time when the brothers will be seen as siblings in a film.
The actors have gone all out to bring out the worst in them for their roles. “When I heard the script, I did not get back to Sanjay (director Sanjay Gupta) and Rakesh (producer Rakesh Roshan) sir . I was shocked that they’d imagined me in negative role.
I spent a sleepless night thinking it’s a wrong role and how I should turn down their offer. When I spoke to Ronit, he told me it’s one of the best roles I’ve ever been offered. And it’s just a character! I don’t know how people will react when they watch the movie,” says Rohit.
On his part, Ronit says, “The way cinema and negative characters are perceived in 2017, is different from the past. The audience has evolved. People want to see realistic cinema; actors have to play their parts convincingly. Kaabil’s script blew me away. Plus, I had a chance to work with my brother.“
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