Leading actress Taapsee Pannu and director Anubhav Sinha, together with the crew from the movie "Thappad", have supported a petition in search of disqualification of movies depicting home violence. More than 1.27 lakh signatures have been collected to date on this petition launched by Mahika Banerjee for girls's rights group Breakthrough Change.org.
Taapsee has shot a strong video to advertise the marketing campaign. "When on screen we have the disclaimer for alcohol, smoking and animal cruelty, why not the disclaimer for 'slap'?" The actress poses this query on this video. <! –
The petition requested the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Central Film Certification Board (CBFC) to determine scenes of violence and assist them with warnings and disclaimers.
"I am delighted that our petition on the on-screen gender discrimination violence and Disclaimer has received overwhelmingly positive response. I am happy that the film" Slap "has taken step one in the direction of it. We hope many others Films will observe this observe '' .. Sohini Bhattacharya, President and CEO, Breakthrough mentioned in a press release.
The 32-year-old actress, whereas giving her assist to the petition on her social media, has requested the CBFC to make disclaimers obligatory in movies depicting violence in opposition to ladies. "Slap" is about for launch on 28 February.
"When most of our films are filled with inaccurate depictions of women, films like" Slap "create a stir in our collective conscience. Tapsi's support on Mahika's Change.org petition, a nod to the Indian film industry Important statement that affects millions of women of our country every day, taking responsibility for sending the right message on important issues. ", Change.org India's Country Director Defense Hassan mentioned.
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