Ministry of IB will declare some regulations for OTT platforms

Ministry of IB will declare some regulations for OTT platforms

On 31st January, the Ministry of IB India, Prakash Javadekar stated that “We will declare some regulation rules on Absurd OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar and many more than it is getting plenty of FIRs against certain web series accessible here and also will concocting a bunch of rules for the producers and directors”.

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“We have gotten a ton of FIRs against certain web series accessible on OTT stages like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar, and many more. Movies and web series delivered on OTT stages and digital media newspapers don’t go under the domain of the Press Council Act 1978, Tv Networks Act 1995. We will concoct a few rules on it soon”, he added.

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The choice came in the wake of the Tandav web series confronting serious analysis the country over. Not simply did the CMs of different states and Parliament leaders respond to it, various complaints were documented against the producers and directors as well. The show was enduring an onslaught for harming Hindu religious sentiments, through scenes where divinities were purportedly offended.

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The issue additionally arrived at the Supreme Court, which wouldn’t allow the group assurance from arrest, while pulling the creators ready for harming notions. The Supreme court encouraged the creators to move toward the high court for expectant bail and suppress the FIRs documented in Karnataka, and Uttar Pradesh, and many more states. Director Ali Abbas, Aparna Purohit, Producer Himanshu Mehra, and other peoples are enduring an onslaught.

FIRs were enrolled for the supposed wrong portrayal of Uttar Pradesh Police faculty, and unfavorable depiction of a character assuming the part of PM of India in the web series.

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