The makers of the film, who sent the film's original for the censorship a few days ago, are yet to react for the Censor Board's decision to give their film an 'A' certificate. Sources say that the controversial content made them to give it.
Recently, the Regional Censor Board was criticized by the public for not chopping violent scenes from Veera and for awarding 'U/A' certificate for the film. Later, the board clarified that the makers of the film sent a different copy for the censorship and distributed another. These developments made them to be tough this time, concludes the source.
Virodhi, which is directed by G. Neelakanta Reddy, has naxalism backdrop. It features Srikanth, Kamalinee Mukherjee and Ajay in the lead roles.
Srikanth's upcoming Telugu movie Virodhi has received 'A' certificate from the Regional Censor Board. It is expected to release on July 1.