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Dangal: Aamir Khan film gets censor board clearance without a single cut

Dangal seems to be a family entertainer and has got the green light from Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) too.

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Dangal seems to be a family entertainer and has got the green light from Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) too.

There is hardly a week to go for Aamir Khan-starrer Dangal to release. Dangal seems to be a family entertainer and has got the green light from Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) too. The CBFC has certified Dangal for a universal exhibition, without a single cut. The film has a duration of 2 hours and 41 minutes. A clearance from CBFC is sure some good news for Dangal makers keeping in view the past few episodes of some films which faced issues. Trade Analyst Komal Nahta tweeted, ” Two hours and 41 minutes… that’s the running time of #Dangal Certified by the CBFC for the universal exhibition, without a single cut.” The film will release in US on December 21.

 

Meanwhile, Aamir Khan is all set to appear on Koffee With Karan show with his onscreen daughters. We surely can’t wait for Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra spilling some beans about Aamir’s off screen personality. Aamir Khan has been promoting Dangal in a unique way.

“What attracted me about Dangal were its moments of humour. It’s like a Rajkumar Hirani film. You are trying to say something but say it in the light-hearted matter. The humour is the surface level of that film. With Dangal, we have the same deadly combination of humour and dramatic moments,” Aamir said during an interview with indianexpress.com.

“Learning Haryanvi was difficult for me as I was coming out of Bhojpuri zone. It took me four months to learn the accent. And we have not been 100% strict with the language. We have diluted it so that people from the country can understand it,” added Aamir.