The schedule for Ajith's "Vedalam" has come to an end and the film is now ready to go to the censor board for approval next week.
Currently, the makers are busy with the post-production work of "Vedalam". Anirudh Ravichander is busy composing background score for the film and major parts of the post-production work is likely to be wrapped up in the next three days. Thus, the movie will be sent to the Regional Censor Board for reviewing next week.
The exact date is not known yet but "Vedalam" is expected to reviewed on 29 October, given the Thursday sentiment of producer AM Rathnam.
Every producer in Tamil desires to get 'U' certificate, which gives 30% entertainment tax exemption for his film. There are certain criteria that have to be met in order to get a clean chit from the censor board. The first and foremost is a movie should not promote violence nor it should have objectionable scenes.
Adding to that the films should promote Tamil culture. However, these specific rules are debatable and have been interpreted differently by different people. The board is also accused of being partial while certifying movies due to political pressure.
Coming back to Ajith's movies, his "Billa 2" got 'A' certificate, "Arrambam" and "Veeram" received 'U' certificates and "Mankatha" and his last film "Yennai Arindhaal" had bagged 'U/A' certificate.
Going by the teaser, it appears like "Vedalam" is loaded with action sequences. The makers have claimed that it is a mass film and hence, the Tamil film is unlikely to get 'U' certificate.
"Vedalam" is likely to hit screens on 10 November. The movie, directed by Siruthai Siva, also has Shruti Haasan, Lakshmi Menon, Kabir Duhan Singh and Rahul Bose in the cast.