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The Kerala censor board has recently been in the headlines, due to the clash between the board members and Kammatipaadam director Rajeev Ravi, upon the certification of the movie.
The movie has bagged an A certificate from the board, to the much shock of the industry. But Kammatipaadam is not the only Malayalam movie to bag A certificate, in the recent past.
Here are some recent Malayalam movies, which bagged A certificate.....
As we earlier mentioned, the Dulquer Salmaan movie received an A certificate, due to th excessive violence content and offensive mentioning about the backward castes.
The Mammootty starrer directed by Aashiq Abu bagged an A certificate from the censor board, due to the violent content and vulgarity.
The Fahadh Faasil movie, which marked the directorial debut of editor Vinod Sukumaran, also received A certificate, due to violent and vulgar contents.
The movie which is directed by Vinay Govind with Asif Ali and Aju Varghese in the lead roles, is the first ever stoner movie of Mollywood. It bagged A certificate due to the same reason.
The censor board award the highly acclaimed movie directed by Jayan Cheriyan with an A certificate, stating that it consists some offensive dialogies which insults women and certain castes.
Ozhivu Divasathe Kali
The movie directed by Sanalkumar Sasidharan, which bagged the Kerala state film award of 2015 for Best Feature Film, shocking received an A certificate from the censor board.
Chayam Pooshiya Veedu
Kerala censor board initially refused to certify the movie due to the its excessive vulgar content. But the movie finally bagged an A certificate, after a long legal battle.