A bench headed by Chief Justice DY Chandarchud said the Central Board of Film Certification has already certified the film, which is slated for release on May 5.
The film's trailer will be out on January 10.
Any filmmaker who is not satisfied with the CBFC recommendations has the right to approach the appellate tribunal and the tribunal can clear the film if it finds the concern valid.
Two more visuals and dialogues have been cut.
Without a CBFC certification, the filmmakers will not be able to show the film anywhere in the country.