Taking cognizance of complaints of misrepresentation of the security forces in the film and web series etc., the Ministry of Defense has asked various ministries including the Film Certification Board to ask the filmmakers to obtain a No Objection Certificate before airing such content.
The Ministry of Defense has written to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to ask the production houses to circulate NOC (No Objection) before airing any film or documentary or web series on the security forces. Certificate).
Let us know that the Ministry of Defense has written to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) that the producers of army-based films or web series should obtain a No Objection Certificate (NoC) before telecasting. This letter has been written on 27 July. The Ministry of Defense has received some complaints about the disrespectful manner of the Indian Army soldiers in the film and web series.
Following this complaint, the Ministry of Defense has taken the above decision. The Defense Ministry has clearly stated that the films made on the Indian Army and its scene will not be broadcast without the NOC. The Ministry of Defense said that this is being done to prevent incidents that tarnish the image of the defense forces and hurt the sentiments of the people.
There was a lot of controversy recently about Ekta Kapoor’s web series ‘XXX Uncensored’. People object to a scene filmed in an episode of this web series in which a woman calls her lover in the absence of her army young husband and makes physical relations with him. The reason for the dispute is also that the woman wears her lover wearing her husband’s uniform and then tore that uniform. There was a lot of controversy about this, after which Ekta Kapoor has also apologized.