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Pattas is an Indian dramatic film, based on real events, about the ancient Indian martial arts, Adimurai, becoming recognised as a sport after a man, Sakthi, wins an MMA tournament using the form. The film is in Tamil with English subtitles.
The film contains depictions of people on fire, people being poisoned, and a woman with a small child being threatened. The film also contains a verbal reference to a man committing suicide and a visual depiction of the man’s funeral. The film also contains a comedic depiction of two men being electrocuted by faulty wiring on a stereo.
The film contains martial arts style combat, which is at times exaggerated through slow-motion effects. The film also contains sporting violence in the form of a MMA tournament. The film also contains small amounts of blood detail from people being stabbed and also from being hit during the martial arts combat.
The film contains use of the words “hell” “bitch” and “f**king”.
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