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Suriya Joins Campaign Against Cinematograph Act Amendments, Says Law Should Protect Freedom Of Expression


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oi-Sruthi Hemachandran

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A
week
after
Ulaganayagan
Kamal
Haasan
expressed
his
disappointment
over
the
new
Cinematograph
Act
that
permits
the
central
authorities
to
re-examine
an
already
licensed
movie,
Tamil
actor
Suriya
has
now
come
ahead
to
share
his
take
on
the
controversial
problem.

Suriya

Taking
to
his
social
media
deal with,
the

Soorarai
Pottru

star
shared
that
regulation
is
purely
meant
to
defend
the
freedom
of
expression
and
not
strangle
one’s
voice.
Additional
requesting
everybody
to
file
their
objections,
Suriya
tweeted,
“The
regulation
is
meant
to
defend
freedom
of
expression
and
not
strangle
its
voice
#cinematographact2021
#FreedomOfExpression
At this time’s
the
final
day,
go
forward
and
file
your
objections!!” Alongside
with
the
tweet,
the
actor
additionally
shared
a
doc
hyperlink
for
folks
to
register
their
complaints
in opposition to
the
newly
drafted
Cinematograph
Act.

Put up
his
tweet,
a number of
followers
and
followers
of
Suriya
have
expressed
their
help
and
are
even
sharing
his
message
about
the
controversial
Act
on
social
media.

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Haasan
Joins
Marketing campaign
In opposition to
The
Cinematograph
Act
2021

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Speaking
about
Kamal
Haasan’s
tweet
concerning
the
problem,
the
veteran
actor
had
requested
folks
to
voice
their
concern
for
freedom
and
liberty
by
tweeting,
“Cinema,
media
and
the
literati
can not
afford
to
be
the
three
iconic
monkeys
of
India.
Seeing,
listening to,
and
talking
of
impending
evil
is
the
solely
treatment
in opposition to
makes an attempt
to
injure
and
debilitate
democracy.
Please
act,
voice
your
concern
for
freedom
and
liberty.
@MIB_India
#cinematographact2021
#raiseyourvoice.”

A number of
filmmakers
from
varied
movie
industries
have
already
opposed
the
proposed
modification
stating
that
it
would
give
the
authorities
the
supreme
energy
over
cinema,
which
would possibly
even
threaten
Freedom
of
Expression,
one
of
India’s
constitutional
rights.

Here is
what
the
controversial
notification
says:

“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
could,
if
it
considers
it
obligatory
so
to
do
direct
the
Chairman
of
the
Board
to
re-examine
the
movie.”

Story first revealed: Friday, July 2, 2021, 18:12 [IST]



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