It's great to hear that Thalapathy Vijay's upcoming movie "Leo" is generating strong advance bookings in overseas markets. The fact that it's on track to potentially surpass the opening day record of "Pathaan" in the UK is a significant achievement.
The movie's distributor has provided some interesting insights about "Leo," highlighting that it features intense violence and gory scenes, making it a film not suitable for the faint-hearted. They expressed their desire to present the film to the audience without any alterations and initially aimed for a 15+ rating, indicating that it's suitable for viewers aged 15 and above. However, the unexpected 18+ rating was initially assigned.
Fortunately, after negotiations with the British Board of Film Certification, the film was eventually granted a 15+ rating with only minor and unnoticeable adjustments. This rating allows the movie to be viewed by those aged 15 and above in the UK.
In India, "Leo" has received a U/A rating, indicating that children below the age of 12 should have parental guidance while watching the film. Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, this action drama features Trisha as the female lead. It's evident that the film is generating quite a buzz and anticipation, which is likely to contribute to its success in the international and domestic markets.