Mumbai, Nov 23 (): Aamir Khan’s latest film Talaash has been certified by the Censor Board with a U/A certificate. The film stars Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukerji in pivotal roles along with Aamir Khan. Talaash is all set to hit the screens on November 30, 2012.
Before Talaash went for the certification, sources were saying as the movie is a suspense drama with its core theme based on serial killings, some feared Talaash may be considered unfit for teenagers and kids hence would be given an ‘A’ certificate and would be subjected to several cuts.
Despite fears that the intense suspense drama had lot of dark themes, the censor board had said there is nothing horribly brutal in the film and has cleared for family viewing, by certifying the movie a U/A certificate. Reports have also said, the film has been passed out without any cuts.
‘Talaash’ is a joint production venture of Farhan Akhtar and Aamir Khan. Reema Kagti, director of the movie is also too happy with the liberal attitude that censor board members have taken.
The film revolves around Aamir Khan who plays a cop role (inspector Shekhawat), who investigates a tough case. The film has been creating a lot of curiosity due to the mystery and promos surrounding it.
Trailers, songs and posters of the movie show Aamir Khan in a younger look in ‘Talaash’. The actor sports a moustache and he looks younger and fitter than ever.
During the making of ‘Talaash’ and over the last five years, Aamir discovered the simple mantra for staying fit.
The actor said he was particular about his diet, sleep and work out. He ensures that he has balanced diet and unfailingly sleep for eight hours and drink about four litres of water every day. He said his fitness secret is a very positive and balanced life attitude.