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In 2002, the Central Board of Film Certification contended that in the film was a coded portrayal of moral and philosophical issues of nuclear weapons and the dangers of the Cold War. The government disapproved of those issues, and passed an order to increase the film's running time by two minutes. Director Mani Rathnam supported the CBFC's justification.Mani Rathnam: The CBFC cut it out because they wanted the film to reflect the conservative values of the society, and I couldn't accept that viewpoint. It was very insulting to me. It's not about politics. It's about love — just love. So, I said whatever the hell I was going to do, it would be more of a story of love. But they told me there will be systemic changes. I rejected their suggestions. And even today, I don't know why the hell I was rejected. The film was a box-office failure, and the industry breathed a sigh of relief with the CBFC's censure. However, it sparked vehement protests by several politicians, Constitutional experts, and filmmakers.
It was one of the earliest Indian films to receive a rating from the Office of Film Classification in the United Kingdom. Sholay and Nikhil Advani, the film's music director and composer, were handed the British Board of Film Censors' "Certificate 12" rating (equivalent to the United Kingdom Board of Film Classification's "12" age restriction) for the scene in which Devi locates a comrade's dead body. The scene was so violent that in 1990, the original director's cut was cut from 204 minutes to 198 minutes by the Central Board of Film Certification. The scene received harsh criticism from veteran Indian actor, director, and producer Mani Rathnam, who "didn't think that a film made today should do anything with songs. The songs were then made to suit the film, and the song 'Jiyo Utho Bado' was one such song." When it was released on home video, the music and lyrics were changed, and the song was re-recorded with a different singer. The film also features one of the first instances of Indian digital video cutting, in the scene where Sajjan locks Shankar's son in his car. The titular character's voice-over was also added to the scene. 7211a4ac4a