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Shashi Tharoor wants government interference curbed in film certification, introduces Cinematograph Amendment Bill
In the bill, Tharoor urges the powers government has on censoring film content to be curbed. He argues that safeguarding of artistic freedom is integral for the development of our culture and democray
Indian version of the movie had four cuts/modifications made by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), including removal of the term 'India-controlled Kashmir.'
Integrity of India's borders non-negotiable: CBFC chief on Kashmir references in 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout'
The Christopher McQuarrie-directed movie released in India on July 27 and had four cuts/modifications made by the CBFC.
The complaint is against the toilet leakage scene which is shown in the movie trailer.
Satyajit Ray Film and Television Training Institute student refuses CBFC cut, forgoes national award nomination
The 31-minute long English language film is about a boy's encounter with two girls on a single day in Kolkata after which he decides to become a monk.
The top court criticised the apex Sikh body Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee for putting restrictions on the release of the movie, based on the life and teachings of the first Sikh guru.
The film '1946 Calcutta Killings' in which Shyama Prasad Mukherjee's character is cast in the lead role, will be released next month after the CBFC issued a U/A certificate, the director said.
Prathibha was axed following alleged denial of certification for a Malayalam documentary.
“I don't know why it's being done. When I asked them, I was told 'we aren't answerable to you'. I'll go to the revising committee,” filmmaker R Chowdhury told ANI.
'S Durga' was dropped from a jury-suggested shortlist of the Indian Panorama section of the IFFI, triggering controversy last year.
The Congress leader made the comment in context of CBFC chief Prasoon Joshi's decision to skip the ongoing Zee Jaipur Literature Festival.
'Padmaavat' row: Censor Board chief Prasooon Joshi bows to Karni Sena, to skip Jaipur Literature Fest
Sri Rajput Karni Sena, which, in gross defiance of the law, has gone on a rampage after the censor board cleared Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmaavat" for release.
The high court, which went through the powers of the CBFC under Cinematograph (Certification) Rules, held that sufficient powers are vested with the Board to take appropriate action.
CBFC chairman Joshi plans to participate in the Jaipur Literature Festival here on January 28, just days after the scheduled release of 'Padmaavat' on January 25.
The 3-judge Bench headed by CJI Dipak Misra said, "the court has to function as a constututional court and it has already in its interim order said that states can't block a movie from screening."