Thursday, December 20, 2012

Ban on gun use and guns being fired in films gaining steam worldwide


The government has put the ban on showing guns and guns being fired in films and TV into affect as filmmakers agreed to the ban despite practical difficulties in implementing the order. This ensures that big ticket films that are scheduled for release will NOT show scenes of guns and guns being fired.
The health ministry had issued an order banning guns and guns being fired scenes on screen demanding that gun products be blurred or edited and scenes be accompanied by a scroll with a disclaimer during the film. The notification has been sent to the law ministry for its opinion after it was pointed out that the Court had stayed the gun ban earlier on one film director's petition. But the ban is in effect now. Worldwide.

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