According to reliable sources in the industry, Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi's most anticipated crime drama Vikram Vedha has been issued 'A' certificate mainly due to the gory violence and bloodshed in the film.
We hear that the makers are now planning to approach the revising committee to get U/A certificate so that family audiences will not stay away from the film and TV Channels will also show interest to procure the Satellite rights.
Vikram Vedha's directors Pushkar and Gayathri say that they have sketched the screenplay based on the structure of Vikramaditya-Vetala tale.
Madhavan plays an upright cop in Vikram Vedha and Vijay Sethupathi plays a powerful gangster in North Chennai. The film is originally scheduled to release on July 7 but now as theater owners have called for a strike, one should wait and see, whether there is a change in the release date or not.