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Ban demanded on Rang de Basanti

February 09, 2006 02:09 IST
Last Updated: February 09, 2006 12:59 IST


The Madhya Pradesh State Minorities Commission has demanded a ban on the screening of the Aamir Khan-starrer Rang de Basanti.

In a statement in Bhopal, a member of the commission P S Anand opposed the display of a religious symbol along with a semi-nude actor.

He said it can disturb communal harmony in the state.

The movie was screened exclusively for the defence minister and senior officials of the Indian Air Force before the censor board cleared it.


UNI


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Sub: this is soo crazy!!!

have these people got no better job than banning a good movie...which ofcourse is so rare nowadays...ive seen the movie and i sure didnt notice ...


Posted by savitha





Sub: It is not a movie. It is a warning.

It is a warning to those politicians and neta logs who are deliberately deviating from the clean path of governance with the malafide intentions to ...


Posted by chanakya





Sub: what about nude sadhus!!!

What about those sadhus running naked wearing Om and what not. By this guy's logic they should be banned also. Ridiculous!!


Posted by viv





Sub: Ban? ha! only those u have something to hide would want it banned!

This is such a typical response that one would expect from politicians in today's India! And only those who know how true it rings would ...


Posted by Rasna





Sub: What the ban

this is ridiculous.I would say enough is enough.these people who say that they want communal harmony are actually those people who want communal disharmony


Posted by Saurav




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