Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To the Swordsmith Village, the latest movie from the Demon Slayer franchise, is set to release in Indian cinemas on 17 March 2023. However, it has been given an “A” rating by the Indian Censor Board, which means that the movie is not suitable for children under the age of 18. This decision has disappointed many fans of the franchise, but it is important for the Indian anime community to support the release of this movie despite the rating.
The Demon Slayer franchise has gained immense popularity in India, with its manga series and anime adaptation being widely watched and loved by anime fans. The franchise has introduced many Indian viewers to the world of anime and manga, and has created a strong community of anime enthusiasts in the country. Therefore, the release of the Demon Slayer movie in Indian theaters is an important event for the Indian anime community.
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Coming to cinemas on 17 Mar 2023.
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Despite the “A” rating, it is important for the Indian anime community to support the release of the movie in theaters. This is because the Demon Slayer franchise has always been known for its powerful storytelling, unique characters, and breathtaking visuals, all of which are expected to be present in the movie as well. By watching the movie in theaters, Indian anime fans can show their support for the franchise and help it grow even more in the country.
Moreover, the “A” rating does not mean that the movie is inappropriate for all audiences. It simply means that it contains scenes that may not be suitable for children under the age of 18, but can still be enjoyed by adults. Therefore, adult anime fans in India should not be discouraged by the rating, but instead embrace it as a sign that the movie will be a mature and engaging experience.
Here's the official poster for #DemonSlayerToTheSwordsmithVillage! The movie will feature everyone's favourite characters aka Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu and Inosuke! Releasing in cinemas in 17 Mar 2023.— PVR Pictures (@PicturesPVR) March 7, 2023
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Finally, by supporting the release of the Demon Slayer movie in Indian theaters, the Indian anime community can show its appreciation for the efforts of PVR Pictures and other distributors who are bringing anime content to the country. The success of the movie will encourage them to bring more anime movies and series to India, and expand the options available to Indian anime fans.
In conclusion, the Indian anime community should support the release of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To the Swordsmith Village in Indian theaters, despite the “A” rating. This is an opportunity for Indian anime fans to show their support for the franchise and help it grow even more in the country. Let us come together to celebrate the release of this much-awaited movie and make it a success in India.
Source – Email Correspondence (Yash) via PVR Pictures Twitter