– More than 1.25 lakh individuals supported their petition
New Delhi : The on-line petition, run by ladies's rights advocates Breakthrough, in search of to subject a statutory warning for violence in opposition to ladies in movies, has additionally obtained assist from the movie Thappad, directed by Anubhav Sinha and starring Taapsee Pannu. So far, over 1.25 lakh individuals have given their assist to this petition. <! –
Team Thappar launched a video in assist of the petition demanding the censor board to present disclaimers for scenes of home violence in opposition to ladies within the movie. In the video, Taapsee is seen saying that the disclaimer is available in films for alcohol, cigarettes and animal cruelty, however not for slaps, however slaps are a small factor in entrance of all of them, in case you assume that slap is an enormous factor If alcohol and cigarettes are to be accompanied by a disclaimer for home violence, please signal the petition. Slap isn’t the one factor.
To breakthrough this tradition of violence in opposition to ladies in standard media, this on-line petition has been launched by Mahika Banerjee, demanding the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Central Board of Film Certification that Disclaimer within the Movies will likely be made for ladies ' Violence in opposition to is a authorized offense. This petition is being run in collaboration with Change.org.
In the context of the petition, Breakthrough Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sohini Bhattacharya mentioned that 'I’m completely happy that our petition was supported by Team Slap for a statutory warning for scenes of violence on display screen with ladies. And they’ve raised this essential subject successfully. We hope that quickly Disklamer will likely be seen within the upcoming movies.
He mentioned that we imagine that we can reject violence in opposition to ladies by altering the tradition of violence in opposition to ladies by standard tradition and community-based actions, in order that they’re revered, with equality and justice To dwell.