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Kamal Haasan Joins Campaign Against The Cinematograph Act 2021


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oi-Sruthi Hemachandran

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Veteran
actor
Kamal
Haasan
has
been
vocal
about
points
pertaining
to
the
movie
business.
These days,
the
celebrity
joined
the
marketing campaign
in opposition to
the
proposed
Cinematograph
Act
2021.
To
specific
disappointment
over
the
amended
regulation
that
permits
the
central
authorities
to
re-examine
an
already
licensed
movie,
Ulaganayagan
took
to
his
Twitter
deal with
to
state
that
cinema,
media
and
literati
can’t
be
the
three
iconic
monkeys.

Kamal Haasan

Asking
individuals
to
voice
their
concern
for
freedom
and
liberty,
the
star
tweeted,
“Cinema,
media
and
the
literati
can’t
afford
to
be
the
three
iconic
monkeys
of
India.
Seeing,
listening to
and
talking
of
impending
evil
is
the
solely
medicine
in opposition to
makes an attempt
to
injure
and
debilitate
democracy.
Please
act,
voice
your
concern
for
freedom
and
liberty.
@MIB_India
#cinematographact2021
#raiseyourvoice.”

Let
us
inform
you
that
a number of
filmmakers
have
already
criticized
and
opposed
the
proposed
modification,
expressing
that
it
would
give
the
authorities
the
supreme
energy
over
cinema
which
would possibly
even
threaten
India’s
constitutional
right-
Freedom
of
Expression.

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The
controversial
notification
learn,
“Since
the
provision
of
Part
5B
(1)
are
derived
from
Article
19(2)
of
the
Structure
that
authorises
the
authorities
to
impose
cheap
restrictions
on
freedom
of
speech
and
expression
in
the
curiosity
of
public
order
and
are
non-negotiable,
it
is
additionally
proposed
in
the
Draft
Invoice
to
add
a
proviso
to
sub-section
(1)
of
part
6
to
the
impact
that
on
receipt
of
any
references
by
the
Central
Authorities
in
respect
of
a
movie
licensed
for
public
exhibition,
on
account
of
violation
of
Part
5B(1)
of
the
Act,
the
Central
Authorities
might,
if
it
considers
it
needed
so
to
do
direct
the
Chairman
of
the
Board
to
re-examine
the
movie.”
(sic)

In accordance
to
the
newest
notification,
the
modification
grants
revisionary
powers
to
the
authorities
on
account
of
violation
of
Part
5B
(1)
of
the
Cinematograph
Act,
1952.
Notably,
the
part
of
the
Act
states,
“A
movie
shall
not
be
licensed
for
public
exhibition
if,
in
the
opinion
of
the
authority
competent
to
grant
the
certificates,
the
movie
or
any
half
of
it
is
in opposition to
the
pursuits
of
1[the
sovereignty
and
integrity
of
India]
the
safety
of
the
State,
pleasant
relations
with
overseas
States,
public
order,
decency
or
morality,
or
includes
defamation
or
contempt
of
court docket
or
is
seemingly
to
incite
the
fee
of
any
offence.”



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