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CBFC Asks Bengali Film 'Ashare Goppo' To Mute Some Words; Sparks A Massive Controversy

CBFC Asks Bengali Film 'Ashare Goppo' To Mute Some Words; Sparks A Massive Controversy

Directed by Arindam Chakraborty, 'Ashare Goppo' stars actors Rudranil Ghosh, Abir Chatterjee and Payel Sarkar and is a comedy film which has been stuck for a release date for eight years.

28 April 2022
Prasoon Joshi Mourns The Loss Of His Mother Sushma Joshi

Prasoon Joshi Mourns The Loss Of His Mother Sushma Joshi

CBFC chairman Prasoon Joshi's mother passed away on April 24 morning.

25 April 2022

Current Streaming Version Of Malayalam Film 'Churuli' Not Certified By CBFC

The Malayalam film, which is streaming digitally, has come under fire for excessive use of abusive language.

New OTT Guidelines A Welcome Move For Some, Others Call It 'Death Of Good Content'

New OTT Guidelines A Welcome Move For Some, Others Call It 'Death Of Good Content'

The government on Thursday said a 'code of ethics' and three-tier grievance redressal mechanism would be applicable for OTT platforms, such as Netflix, Amazon...

25 February 2021

Need To Change Education System, Not Film Title: Emraan Hashmi On CBFC Order

Actor Emraan Hashmi has criticised the Central Board of Film Certification's order to rename his forthcoming film from 'Cheat India' to 'Why Cheat India'.

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09 October 2018
Portrayal Of Women In Indian Cinema Has Changed Drastically: Vani Tripathy Tikoo

Portrayal Of Women In Indian Cinema Has Changed Drastically: Vani Tripathy Tikoo

Vani Tripathy Tikoo is former BJP national secretary and member of the Central Board of Film Certification.


21 July 2018
<em>Sacred Games</em> Underlines Power Of Freedom In Digital Space

Sacred Games Underlines Power Of Freedom In Digital Space

Sacred Games is replete with ­n­o-holds-barred sex scenes, inc­­­l­u­ding frontal nudity, unabashed use of violence, cuss words and, above all,...


11 June 2018
'Love, Simon' Banned In India? No! Censor Board Says Absolute & Blatant Lie

'Love, Simon' Banned In India? No! Censor Board Says Absolute & Blatant Lie

The film, which has been a smash hit for its depiction of a gay high-school teen exploring his sexuality, was scheduled to hit screens in India on June 1


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