Violence and offensive language Rated on: 20 October 2022
What’s it about?
Archaeologist Dr Aryan Kulshrestha is employed by a shady businessman to prove that Ram Setu is a natural phenomenon and not man-made. After uncovering a truth, he must fight evil foes and his own ideals to prove the true existence of Ram Setu before it is destroyed.
- Director: Abhishek Sharma
- Language: Hindi, English
- Runtime: 143 minutes
The film contains violent action sequences involving gunfire and fighting.
Aryan is chased under heavy gunfire. The action is fast-paced and bodies drop out of frame but no wound detail is depicted.
Another scene shows a man being shot while running from the Taliban. There is a brief spurt of blood and his colleague looks shocked before the man drops out of frame.
Aryan has a violent fight with another character which involves eye gouging. The attacker stabs Aryan’s stomach, with blood briefly shown, before strangling Aryan. Aryan’s wife then hits the attacker in the head with a heavy object causing blood to stream down his face.
There is some offensive language but not at a level likely to cause harm. In most cases the offensive words and phrases are not translated in the subtitles.
Aryan’s child is called names because of Aryan’s atheist opinions. His son punches his bully off-screen and the child is shown bruised.
The film deals with assault and murder.
News footage at the beginning of the film shows the real-life destruction of Buddha statues by the Taliban. When Aryan is attempting to unearth the Buddhas, the site is attacked.
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