Indian Film censorship - Is it outdated ?

Topic started by Periyaar Dasan (@ on Sun Jul 28 04:51:40 .
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Vijay Anand, Censor Board chairman (he quit), says that the nation was ready to snip off the Cinematograph Act of 1952 and replace it with the global code of 'no cuts, only classification.' The new code he envisaged would kowtow the constitutional guarantee of 'freedom of expression' in its totality. So much so, there would be a niche for porn films too.

Are we ready for this ?


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