The movie Pathaan, in which Shah Rukh Khan stars, gets a 12A classification from the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC). A few narrative details including violence, sex, and threats from the action movie are also revealed on the organization's website. The movie is about an undercover detective and an ex-con teaming together "to prevent the emergence of a deadly synthetic virus," according to the description. On January 25, the Siddharth Anand movie, which also stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham, will be released.
SLIGHT PATHAAN SPOILERS AHEAD:
The 146-minute action movie has a warning for violence, sexual content, threat, and injury description on the BBFC website. The BBFC advises that "there is sometimes sight of gory face injuries as well as blood from a gunshot wound in the aftermath of violence" under injury description.
The website claims that there are some scenes with a woman attempting to seduce a male, as well as some sexual humor. The characters participating in the scenes are not identified.
A character's death, waterboarding sequences, and other minor details are included in the warning for danger and terror. There are a few warnings for violence since the movie is an action one. There are "shootings, stabbings, strangulations, explosions, and stylized hand-to-hand combat with punches, kicks, headbutts, and throws," according to the website. There is some little foul language, such as "bloody," "screw," "God," "damn," and "hell."
The BBFC website also mentions that one scene has been removed from the movie, however it is not specified which one. Pathaan received a UA certificate in India from the Central Board of Film Certification. Ten edits were made to the movie in response to CBFC recommendations, some of which included removing close-up views of Deepika Padukone and changing some speech.