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'At Times We Are Unable To Certify Nice Films'

The chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification says it is time to give serious thought to exhibiting some films without any cuts.

'At Times We Are Unable To Certify Nice Films'
'At Times We Are Unable To Certify Nice Films'
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Your tenure ends next month. What are the changes you've suggested to make the board more in tune with the times?

For one, I think the categorisation of films into U, UA, and A requires a little rethink. We need another category for the 15-18-year-olds, as opposed to clubbing all of them from 12-18 into the UA category. That is one area we need to look into and I think it will be accepted. Another area which requires serious thought is improving infrastructure.

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