Last night I was watching Mark Robson movie,'Nine Hours to Rama'. *ing Horst Bucholz. It has been banned in India. It is made from Nathuram Ghodse's view point, but it is a rivititing movie. Why do we ban movies like this. The govt. has no faith in us?
To tell about why and why not against every questions like this one, I must begin with something yet untold. We, the Indians, are living in an environment which is verymuch known to us. We have faith and great belief that we will succeed in the coming days in achieving what we desire today. The present performance of us is entirely a rehearsal of the show which, we believe, will be staged by us in near future. We know our leaders are corrupt. Still, we spend much time in listening to the arguments in a debate between our corrupt leader A and the corrupt leader B. We know that our film stars would not be able to complete 100 metres race even in 15 seconds. Still, we enjoy their performance in movies and in commercial advertisements. It is mere a reflection on our attitude due to our contradicting states of experiencing the world as a whole and the world we are living in at the same time. It will continue until we leave day dreaming and punish them who are leading us to such a fool's par
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Quiet a few,
Many a times there is a fear of uproar and even riots due to some work of fiction or even a historical documentary. such as satanic verses even a movie as funny as party was considered offensive and hence banned
Secondly there are usually alteriar motives, either as a personal or political innuendo.
Third, There seems to be a general lack of qualified individuals to lead and direct our sensor board and its committee members.
If some how any movie or piece of work makesd though it, ther are always riots and dharnas arranged by poilitical parties.
What ever may be the reason we are been shamefully deprived of alternative thoughts and views.