South Indian actress Amala Paul is one of the best in the industry and she is known for her fashion sense and liveliness, which we can see in her social media posts.

Her upcoming movie Aadai has been cleared with an 'A' certificate by the Censor Board, much to the disappointment of the makers, who were hoping for a ‘UA’ certificate. But the CBFC found the film high on violence and adult content. The movie also has some bold scenes.

According to a Tamil website, the production house V Creations and director Rathna Kumar hoped for a 'UA' certificate, but the board found the film to be high on violence and adult content and deemed the film fit only for adults. Now, it has to be seen whether the team approaches the revising committee to reconsider the certification.

The first poster raised several eyebrows as Amala was seen just wrapped in tissue paper in the still and she was seen crying for her life.

The upsetting poster promised a brilliant film from Kumar, who is known for his debut Meyatha Maan.


Amala Paul

This poster indicates that the film is going to tell the story of a rape victim. It looked realistic, and Amala’s expressions are perfect for the character.

Vivek Prasanna and Bijili Ramesh are the other actors who are part of the upcoming film. Pradeep Kumar has composed music for the film.

According to reports, the makers are planning to release the film in Telugu and Malayalam languages, given the response that the poster has received by the movie lovers.

Aadai is written and directed by Kumar. Viji Subramaniyan has produced the flick, which has Bijili Ramesh, Vivek Prasanna and others in the cast.