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As Vijay fans are getting restless, counting down each and every day for the release of their star's most anticipated movie of all time, a recent news saying that Kaththi should not be viewed by kids below 12 years has taken everyone by surprise.
Kaththi has already broken records for number of theatres pre-occupied by a Vijay film even before its release. While it is set to be released in more than 600 theatres in Chennai alone, it is not doing bad in Britain as well for 70 theatres will be releasing Kaththi in Great Britain. Even when the Superstar's Enthiran was released it managed to enter just 30 theatres in Britain.
Britain's Censor Board which viewed the movie has issued a '12 A' certificate to Kaththi. The meaning of the certificate is that kids below 12 years should not watch the movie alone but should be accompanied by someone above 12 years of age while watching the film.
Most of the animated movies in Britain usually gets a '12' certificate that allows kids below 12 years to enjoy the movie alone. On being asked why Kaththi was given a '12 A' certificate, sources reveal that the British Censor Board doesn't allow young kids to watch movies that houses over-dramatized action sequences and scenes that are considered to be violent in nature.
Also, the British Censor Board has said that such films might affect the kids psychologically if viewed alone. With Kaththi coming out clean from the Indian Censor Board with a 'U' certificate, it might be interesting to know What Poojai's team have to say about British Censor Board's opinion as the Vishal starrer Poojai was denied a 'U' certificate even after appealing for it which will subsequently deny the movie from being a tax-exempt.