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Indian Air Force objects to film on woman officer, writes to CBFC and production house
Strongly objecting to the portrayal of service life in a film on a woman officer who served during the Kargil war, the Air Force has written to the Film Certification Board and production house, alleging that it is misleading to show inappropriate work culture practices.
IAF objects to 'undue negative' portrayal in Janhvi Kapoor's 'Gunjan Saxena', writes to CBFC
The movie was released on streaming platform Net...
Defence ministry writes to CBFC; says advise production houses to seek NOC on Army theme content
Defence Ministry had received some complaint...
Deepika Padukone-starrer 'Chhapaak' gets 'U' certificate, Meghna Gulzar says it's an 'immense validation'
The movie is slated to release on January 10.
'Bala' on a roll: Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer mints Rs 100 cr worlwide, actor thanks fans in Hindi
'Bala' minted over Rs 10 crore on its opening day.
Indian films lack authenticity, says Prasoon Joshi
CBFC chairman takes a dig at films made on the plight of farmers; says when farmer’s son makes a movie on farmers, the pain would be felt
Bombay HC raps CBFC over kids film certification, says it will not decide what people should watch
The court was hearing a petition filed by the Children's Film Society with regards to the film 'Chidiakhana'.
Did 'Panipat' give in to protests? Govt official claims makers agreed to edit part of the film
ACS Rajeeva Swarup said that the producers would move the edited version of the film to censor board.
Government to start consultations on online certification
Top officials in the government, including minister Prakash Javadekar, were apprised of that, a senior member of the Sangh Parivar said.
Centre in huddle over Benegal panel's suggestions on film censorship and certifications
The Shyam Benegal-headed committee was tasked with looking at the censorship process in 2015. The panel submitted its reports in April and June 2016.
Farhan Akhtar, Atul Kasbekar call out CBFC for censoring alcohol glasses in ‘Ford v Ferrari’
CBFC clashes with the film fraternity over blurring alcohol glasses in Matt Damon-starrer ‘Ford v Ferrari’.
From real to reel: Visual representation of alcohol goes up 93% in Bollywood films
Around 70% of the movies had at least one occurrence of tobacco.
Visaka receives global IEC certification for ATUM PV modules
ATUM, which the company claims as the world’s first integrated solar roof, has passed the stringent solar PV module tests prescribed under the latest International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and UL Standards, said the company in a statement.
Muslim group opposes film on Ayodhya, writes to Censor Board
The film, "Ram Janmbhoomi", has been written and produced by Shia Waqf Board chairman Syed Waseem Rizvi.
Congress stoking fears among farmers; MSP regime will continue: Prakash Javadekar
Prakash Javadekar says farmers’ agitation in some states is because some parties want to do politics out of this. The concern has always been if the MSP (minimum support price) will remain or not, and the MSP has remained untouched.