Now and then we hear from common folks that the movies of today have become such that they can’t be watched with family. Too much of seduction and vulgarism on screen has apparently become an offsetting problem of modern Indian cinema.
However, is it just modern cinema, or has the Indian cinema always used obscene content to spice up the movie?
Many of us have seen that most Govinda songs like “Khada Hain” portrays double-meaning content. Let’s head even back through the ages (the 1970s and the 1980s) to see what the Indian cinema has to offer us.
A look at the video below will show you how the Indian censor board has always overlooked vulgar stuff that shouldn’t be passed and blocked the scenes that really need to be showcased to make a difference.
Shouldn’t the censor board learn to block(or put age restrictions) wisely?
Image Sources: Google Images
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