CASE STUDY: FILM CENSORSHIP IN INDIA

Aditya Kumar Panda

DOI: 10.19085/journal.sijbpg040201

Abstract


Censorship is a controlling force of an authority. It is structured and determined by an authority that is governed by socio political and religious forces of a nation. The paper studies the prevailing practices on film censorship in India. It highlights the causes behind the film censorship in India which has been a topic of current affairs in the 21st century.

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