• Director(s)

    Manvir Brar

  • Production Year

    2024

  • Release date

    24/05/2024

  • Genre(s)

    Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    135m

  • Cast

    Gurnam Bhullar, Satinder Kaur, Pranjal Dahiya

Film

ROSE ROSY TE GULAB

mild bad language, sex references

Tired of being a perpetual bachelor and looking for love, a man pays a woman to pretend to be his wife in this warm hearted Punjabi-language romantic drama. The film is light in tone and features some mild bad language.

Tired of being a perpetual bachelor and looking for love, a man pays a woman to pretend to be his wife in this warm hearted Punjabi-language romantic drama. The film is light in tone and features some mild bad language.

Content Advice(May contain spoilers)

violence

threat and horror

language

sex

discrimination

theme

rude humour

drugs

  • Director(s)

    Manvir Brar

  • Production Year

    2024

  • Release date

    24/05/2024

  • Genre(s)

    Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    135m

  • Cast

    Gurnam Bhullar, Satinder Kaur, Pranjal Dahiya

mild bad language, sex references
Classified Date:
21/05/2024
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
Armaan Media
violence
Very mild moments of violence include comic slaps and characters being chased with sticks.
threat and horror
Whilst they argue loudly, a man threatens to 'slap' and 'whack' a woman in a humorous scene. Other mild moments of threat include a man raising a shoe up ready to hit another character but very quickly lowers it.
language
Use of mild bad language ('bloody') is accompanied by very mild terms such as 'damn', 'hell' and 'God'.
sex
A woman tells a man 'not to get any ideas' after he sits next to her on a bed. A man is called a 'pervert' after he asks why a husband and wife sleep separately.
discrimination
Some male characters display sexist and ableist behaviours towards females. In one scene, a man chastises a woman for exercising outside implying that it is indecent. They also look at photographs of potential brides and comment on their appearance saying they want someone 'intact' with no disabilities. Discrimination is not condoned and characters are regretful of their behaviours. A man comments on a woman's weight. Characters sing songs about being 'fair-skinned'.
theme
References are made to the deaths of a man's parents when he was a child.
flashing/flickering lights
This work contains flashing images which may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.
  • Classified date

    21/05/2024