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What is the meaning of U/A? U?

Asked by sudheer kumar, 15 Jan '08 03:39 pm
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There are different rating systems for films. In India, the rating system in India is governed by The Central Board of Film Certification or CBFC. It is the regulatory film body and censor board of India.
The rating system they have incorporated is as follows:

U : Universal (or Unrestricted): This rating is given to a movie which has no objectionable material. A movie which has a rating of U contains no or minor violence and sensuality.

U/A : Unrestricted with adult accompiament. This rating is given to a movie which contains mild violence, language and sensuality. The movie may contain some material unsuitable for children under 12.

A : Adults: This rating is given to a movie which contains extreme violence, sexuality (including nudity), frightening images and language.

S : Special: This rating is very rare. This rating indicates that the movie is only for special class.
The certificate issued by the board is usually shown as a still image at the beginning of a movi ...more
Answered by Zeus, 15 Jan '08 03:46 pm

 
  
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U/A -> Universal/Adult (minors can see the movie with adults)
U -> Universal
Answered by rohit agarwal, 15 Jan '08 03:41 pm

 
  
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Universal / adult
Answered by venu gopal, 15 Jan '08 03:40 pm

 
  
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U:Means universal means everyone can see.
U/A:Means childrens below 12 can see with adult supervision and adult and after 12 years can see.
A:Means adults can only see
Answered by harika mahalakshmi, 18 Feb '12 09:58 pm

 
  
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You know when the Censor Board is confused they give U/A certificate
Answered by shona nair, 15 Jan '08 04:01 pm

 
  
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Universal/Adult(This rating is given to a movie which has no objectionable material)
Answered by Rishiraj Tunga, 13 Feb '13 10:40 pm

 
  
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