Vikram prabhu's debut film Kumki directed by Prabhu Solomon and produced by Thiruppathy Brothers, have been cleared by the censors with a clean 'U' certificate.
Studio Green who is marketing the film has confirmed that it will release worldwide on December 14.
The censors were said to have been impressed with the film. The story revolves around a mahout played by Vikram Prabhu and his trained elephant, which are used to guide wild elephants back to the forest to minimize the destruction of properties and fields of nearby village.
The producers of the film N Lingusamy and Subash Chandra Bose have got the necessary clearance from Animal Welfare Board, who very impressed with the way the elephant who plays an important role in the film was treated during the shoot.