Film & # 039; slap & # 039; s about Disclaimer; Launches new initiative

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  • 24 Feb, 2020 02:31 PM
  • new Delhi. The movie 'Thappad' crew has supported a petition by lead actress Taapsee Pannu and director Anubhav Sinha. It has demanded dissemination of movies depicting home violence. The petition, launched by Mahika Banerjee for ladies's rights group Breakthrough Change.org, has to this point collected greater than 1.27 lakh signatures.

    Taapsee raised questions
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                     Taapsee posed the query within the video that whereas on display now we have the disclaimer for alcohol, smoking and animal cruelty, why not the disclaimer for 'slap'?
    The petition requested the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to establish scenes of violence and assist them with warnings and disclaimers. To this, Mahika Banerjee mentioned, "I am delighted that our petition has received overwhelmingly positive response to the warning and disclaimer on-screen gender discrimination violence."

    The movie 'Thappad' took step one
    We are assured that our efforts to result in sustainable conduct change by common tradition and community-based actions will play an necessary function in ending these gender-based violence. At the identical time, Sohini Bhattacharya, President and CEO, Breakthrough mentioned in an announcement that I’m blissful that the movie 'Thappad' has taken step one in direction of it. We hope that many different movies will comply with this observe.

    The 32-year-old actress, whereas giving her assist to the petition on her social media, has requested the CBFC to make disclaimers necessary in movies depicting violence towards ladies.

    The movie 'Thappad' releases on 28 February
    When most of our movies are crammed with inaccurate depictions of girls, movies like 'Slap' create a stir in our collective conscience. Taapsee has supported Mahika's Change.org petition, an necessary assertion for the Indian movie trade that impacts thousands and thousands of girls in our nation on daily basis, taking duty for sending the suitable message on necessary points., Change.org India 'S Country Director Nida Hassan mentioned. Let you realize that the film "Slap" is prepared for launch on 28 February.

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