#Porn Ban

The film fra­ter­nity voices its opin­ion on the re­cent de­ci­sion of the In­dian gov­ern­ment to ban porn sites in the coun­try. While many be­lieve that it will en­cour­age illegal ac­tiv­i­ties, oth­ers re­main un­af­fected by it

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It does not mat­ter to me ei­ther way, whether they ban porn sites or de­cide not to do it

Ram Kapoor, ac­tor By act­ing so strict, the gov­ern­ment will lose the youth’s sup­port. Some choices are best left to in­di­vid­u­als in a democ­racy

Ra­jeev Khan­del­wal, ac­tor Dear gov­ern­ment, what you re­ally need to ban is illegal shar­ing of mu­sic and films on the in­ter­net. That’s killing the in­dus­try

Mayur Puri, screen­writer To ban porn by say­ing it will be seen by who shouldn’t see it is like say­ing stop traf­fic be­cause there will be ac­ci­dents Ram Gopal Varma,

film­maker We never re­ally ad­dress the is­sue, we are con­stantly try­ing to curb free­dom. This will only en­cour­age illegal ac­tiv­i­ties

Onir, film­maker

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