Kaashmora and Kodi gets Censor Certificates, Clash on Diwali – Movie Mint

Kaashmora and Kodi gets Censor Certificates, Clash on Diwali

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Kaashmora and Kodi gets Censor Certificates, Clash on Diwali
Kaashmora and Kodi gets Censor Certificates, Clash on Diwali


Dhanush and Trisha Krishnan-starrer Kodi, and Karthi and Nayanthara’s Kaashmora have completed the censorship formalities. The upcoming Tamil movies have received ‘U’ and ‘U/A’ certificates. The film will now release as scheduled on October 28, clashing with Karthi’s Kaashmora.

Karthi’s eagerly awaited film, Kaashmora directed by Gokul, had undergone the edit procedures as of late and had turned out with a U/A.

Kaashmora: Indian Tamil-language dark fantasy film written and directed by Gokul. It features Karthi,Nayantara and Sri Divya in the lead roles. Santhosh Narayanan composed the film’s score and soundtrack. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on 28 October 2016.

Kodi: Tamil political thriller film written and directed by R. S. Durai Senthilkumar and produced by Vetrimaaranunder his banner Grass Root Film Company. The film stars Dhanush, Trisha and Anupama Parameswaran, along with S. A. Chandrasekhar and Saranya Ponvannan. Dhanush, who produced R. S. Durai Senthilkumar’s previous two films, Ethir Neechal and Kakki Sattai, will be playing dual roles for the first time. The film’s music will be composed by Santhosh Narayanan, the cinematography is performed by Venkatesh S. The film is scheduled to release on 28 October 2016 coinciding with the festival of Diwali

After finishing censor board formalities, Dhanush said he was excited and thrilled ahead of the release. “#kodi has been censored with ‘U’ certificate. #diwali2016 #kodiparakkudha excited and thrilled,” he tweeted.

Kodi is now eligible for the 30 percent entertainment tax exemption given by the state government. Tamil Nadu government gives tax exemption for Kollywood movies, which bag the ‘U’ certificate and portray Tamil culture. Kaashmora has failed to get the exemption as it has bagged ‘U/A’ certificate. It is not clear whether the makers will approach the revising committee for a ‘U’ certificate, thereby turning eligible for tax exemption.

Both the movies will hit the screens on October 28, on the occasion of the Deepavali festival.

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