Mani Ratnam’s ‘OK Kanmani’, which is set to hit the screens on April 17, went to the revising committee of the Censor Board, after it was cleared with UA certificate.
However, there seems to be no respite from the revising committee, as the film was given UA there too. The movie’s content (live-in relationship and premarital sex) is said to be the reason behind the Censor’s decision.
Dulqueer Salman and Nithya Menen have played key roles in ‘OK Kanmani’, which is releasing in Telugu as ‘OK Bangaram’. Music is by A R Rahman, while cinematography by P C Sreeram. Prakashraj and Leela Samson have played key roles.