Censors clear Aaranya Kaandam

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 Censors clear Aaranya Kaandam

The Censor Tribunal panel has finally cleared S.P. Charan's sixth production venture Aaranya Kaandam, directed by Thiagarajan Kumararaja. The film earlier received an 'A' certificate with more than 50 cuts, including voice muting on grounds of profanity, showing drug abuse and violence in the climax.

Aaranya Kaandam is a gangster story in a period of 24 hours. It begins from the single most decisive moment in the lives of the six protagonists and deals with the primordial instincts of man, character traits that erase the boundaries separating man from beast. The film, which introduces Bollywood's renowned actor Jackie Shroff to Tamil films, stars Ravi Krishna and Sampath in the lead roles.

The film has recently won the Grand Jury Award for Best Film at the prestigious South Asian International Film Festival in New York.

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