Censor Board chief News
CBFC chief Pahlaj Nihalani assures that there is zero corruption in the censor board!
Central Board of Film Certification chief Pahlaj Nihalani says that there is zero corruption in the functioning of the board currently and issues of corruption thathad been reported about it were from before his appointment. Click here to read more
Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani calls for change in animal welfare rules!
According to Mr Nihalani, the stringent rules of animal welfare are keeping producers away from using animals in films
Draconian rules and laws related to the use of animals in Bollywood films has resulted in a situation where producers are afraid to use animals in their films. One has come to know through reliable sources that moves are afoot to change some of the rules of the Animal Welfare Board Of India. Click here to read more
Kamal Haasan supports striking down of Section 66A!
The versatile actor expressed his views on Supreme Court’s order to banish Section 66A from the Information Technology Act
Kamal Haasan is known for his vast knowledge in filmmaking and often shares his views on various events which impact his creative side. So when Supreme Court ordered to strike down the Section 66A from Information Technology Act, citing that it stifles the public’s Right To Information Act, no one could be happier than Kamal Haasan who welcomed the decision with open arms. Click here to read more
Normal civilised people don’t abuse the way we see in films, says Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani!
The new clamps down on abusive dialogues and violence, will revive workshops for members
Pahlaj Nihalani, the new chairperson of the Censor Board Of Film Certification(CBFC) is adamant to clean up films, and make censorship a quick, clean and unquestionable exercise in moral policing. Says Pahlaj, Click here to read more
VHP points fingers at Leela Samson on MSG row, questions PK clearance!
Here’s why VHP thinks the former censor board chief is playing political games
Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) today accused former censor board chief Leela Samson of playing politics. The Hindutva outfit questioned why she was “not moved” when two board members resigned protesting Aamir Khan-starrer PK being passed without cuts. They had reportedly said that the film might Hindu feelings. Click here to read more
‘The Dirty Picture’ controversy: Ekta Kapoor challenges Censor Board
Three weeks after the telecast of the Vidya Balan-starrer was stopped, the television czarina refuses to give in
Ekta Kapoor seems to have taken the saying ‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’ very seriously. Three weeks after the Information and Broadcasting Ministry stopped her movie The Dirty Picture from being screened on television, Ekta is still furious. And she is refusing to back down from the fight. Click here to read more