Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur, while talking about the entertainment world during a recent program, warned the makers. These days, the trend of watching movies and web series on OTT platform has become very high. Audiences now prefer to watch movies and series at home alone. There are many types of content available to watch on OTT, where some people like it and there is an uproar over some content. Meanwhile, Anurag Thakur has now talked about the content being shown on OTT platforms.
Anurag Thakur warned
Anurag Thakur warned that instead of criticizing OTT content, efforts should be made to bring them on the right path and talk about taking Indian stories, culture and traditions to the world audience. Anurag Thakur has given his strict statement on showing obscene content on OTT in the name of self-regulation. In a meeting with OTT platforms after the Parliament session, he said that the government’s aim is to grow the industry, but obscenity will not be tolerated in the name of self-regulation.
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Anurag Thakur said this on obscene content
Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur said that ‘OTT has become a new destination for entertainment, and its increasing subscriber base every day is proof of this. Obscenity will not be tolerated in the name of self regulation. The government’s eyes are all around, art makers should realize their responsibility towards art. Obscenity cannot be tolerated under the guise of freedom, hurting religious sentiments many times leads to many problems, after which many types of chaos start taking place.
The film industry is benefiting
Emphasizing the need to strike a balance between entertainment and society, the Information and Broadcasting Minister said, ‘The aim of the government is to grow business. The entertainment industry is growing at the rate of 28 percent every year and has huge potential for employment and revenue generation.
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