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Complaint against Censor Board

Social Activist Teena Sharma has demanded for a CBI enquiry against the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) as the activist believes that double-meaning dialogues, foul language and explicit scenes are used freely in films.

bollywood Updated: Aug 08, 2013 16:12 IST

Social Activist Teena Sharma has demanded for a CBI enquiry against the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) as the activist believes that double-meaning dialogues, foul language and explicit scenes are used freely in films.

Apparently, the double meaning dialogues of Anil and Ameesha in Race 2 left her fuming and she even criticized the recently released D-Day for featuring a sex scene between Shruti Hassan and Arjun Rampal, despite being in the category of U/A films. According to her, films released recently have violated the Cinematograph Act 1952, The Young Persons Act, 1956 and The Indecent Representation of Women Act, 1986. The activist is quite motivated to support this campaign, despite the fact that she does not have many supporters for it.

The hearing on her case will be held on August 7.