The Censor Board of India has issued A certificate to Pulan Visaranai-Two, after a long battle between the film’s director R.K.Selvamani and the Board’s Censor Committee officials. The film which was completed a month ago was sent to the Censor Board to obtain certificate. But on seeing screening the film, the board suggested to cut down 26 of its scenes. The board suggested one the cuttings was most important because a group of children born in an hospital looked alike the tennis player Sania Mirza. Selvamani did not agree to it. Hence, the Board suggested to screen the film to another set of persons headed by Dr Kamala Selvaraj. (Late actor Gemini Ganesan). After viewing the film second time, the board members raised some objections for the 26 cuts in the film. Director Selvamani, answered to all the questions one by one and finally won in getting the ‘A’ Certificate for the film. Soon the film will be released.
Earlier, the Pulan Visaranai title was used two decades ago in which Vijaykanth appeared and now Prashanth is acting in the second part of the film.