Is it right to ban a movie after its release..??

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Re: Is it right to ban a movie after its release..??

#1 Postby vitaj » Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:46 pm

No, it is not right to ban a movie after its release. The censor board has put some thought in giving a green light to the movie and then who are we to criticize about the movie. Though in some cases movies have to banned as they been too much controversial.This causes riots among people. Some movies might not be liked by a person, he makes noise about the movie and we should ban the movie. This is not right.

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#2 Postby ISTTMVINAY457 » Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:42 am

NO i don not think so. Because our sensor board will check entire movie and they will give permission to producer to release the movie into market.Then how we can ban a movie after release?. If some non-sense is there in that movie , take it in positive way, weather it is political or religion issue, whatever it is think it in positive way.If we ban a movie after release producer will face lot of problems like economical problem. They will make a movie with huge expectations and with lot of efforts, and every time they will try to entertain the people. They won't try to spoil society .People who are watching a movie , enjoy 2.30 min and forget that. its completely human attitude.Every one should think in positive way. Then we won't get such issues. We should learn something new from those movies, i believe every movie will give good message to society, it's depends upon how we are taking that one. So its not right to ban a movie after its release .

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Re: Is it right to ban a movie after its release..??

#3 Postby ISTTMpooja326 » Sat May 31, 2014 9:19 am

According to me this is completely unfair to ban the movie after its release because it economically impacts on various range of peoples. It makes the hard work of many peoples in vain. The sensor board have ability to analyze the movie before release that what it impacts on audience and they have to tell the dorector to make the necessary corrections.
So that no body get badly effect from this movie and there is no reason to ban the movie after its release.

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Re: Is it right to ban a movie after its release..??

#4 Postby souravupadhyay » Wed Apr 23, 2014 4:16 pm

A movie when comes to the market and is shown in the theatres, has got many factors as it's pros and cons:
1.the star cast
2. the script
3 action , romance , comedy scenes
4. and mostly the grading( either children,s movie,teenage movies,family movie or adults only)
With a movie depends the fate of the star -cast, producers, directors,instead of the fact that profit sharing is done before hand only with the stakeholders of the print and shows.
Keeping such a scenario in mind it is really a pathetic move to ban a movie after it's release, though capital invested may be reimbursed but the image is affected a lot. For such a situation that might creep up and does creeps, a guild has to be appointed like the censor- board who qualifies a script or a scene that is been shown in the movie, as it might deeply hurt the sentiments of many groups, caste, religious communities and political groups.
If a movie is banned post it's release then based on certain grounds, it might be a right approach, but then the entire audience panel would then be affected having then a negative frame of mind against the film-makers.

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#5 Postby sherriselph » Thu Apr 03, 2014 11:17 pm

I also think that it is not right to ban a move after its release. Producer invest lots of money. If the movie is banned then they will lose a lot.

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#6 Postby Prerna123 » Wed Feb 19, 2014 5:51 pm

I don't think so that it is right to ban a movie after release they should check before releasing the movie what is the story and how it will impact on viewers. Today some director do not think they just want to make more money and if their movie is ban they just create a issue and get publicity for there movies. We have censor board they should do their work properly and directors need to show each and everything related to the movie honestly to censor board. Ban a movie after release is a very stupid thing check and be sure before its release. Because whole unit, actors and many others have expect so many things they spend there energy and time in a movie and if it is ban after release they loose their hope.

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#7 Postby Khyati123 » Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:10 pm

No I don't think it's the right move. We have a censor board which watches the movie before its release. So if they feel there is any objectionable content in the movie they should ask the team to get it edited. Producers invest a huge amount of money in a movie and the whole crew work day and night. It's unfair to do this after the movie's release.

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Is it right to ban a movie after its release..??

#8 Postby Shivani » Thu Nov 21, 2013 5:34 pm

It has become a tradition now, most of the movies face ban in various states after their release and the reason which gets counted behind this is "Hurting Sentiments of a religion or community".So, what I will say to all this is if our religion is that week that some dialogues of a movie or its name can leave an impact on it...Come on we keep on banging the statement India is becoming a developed is it right path to make country developed..??

So, its a request to you all please share your views on the same..

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