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The Central Board of Film Certification has reportedly demanded just “four verbal cuts” in the movie for it to receive a U/A certificate.
CBFC chief Pahlaj Nihalai told DNA, “Akira and Pink are dark powerful films with hard-hitting content. Normally, they would be granted ‘Adult’ certificates. But we’ve given them ‘UA’ certificates because we at the CBFC feel pre-adult audiences – kids, teenagers and adolescents – need to know what dangers awaits them outside their homes.”