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It was Unofficial Meet with Censor Board Members says Minister

The Indian shooter, politician Athens Olympics silver medalist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

Akki Mutes Boss Scandolous Word

Akshay Kumar’s upcoming entertainer Boss of late has been in controversies. CBFC after examining the song

CBI Enquiry on Censor Board

Social Activist Teena Sharma has demanded for a CBI enquiry against the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) for sex scene

Justify Smoking Scenes In Films:Health, I&B Dictat

The Union Health, Information & Broadcasting have finalised the final provisions on the portrayal of

CBFC In A Quandary Over Prakash Jha’s Claimer

For a change, multiple National Film Award winning filmmaker has put the Censor Board Of

UTV Case On Kareena Kapoor’s Smoking Scene

UTV Software Communication, producers of the upcoming film Heroine, starring Kareena Kapoor, moved the Delhi

Censor Board Cuts Lovemaking Scenes In Jism 2

There is a lot of hype about Pooja Bhatt’s Jism 2 with adult film

Gangs of Wasseypur Caught In Censor Trouble

Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur is caught in a peculiar censor board deadlock. The

Censor Certificates to have A+ category for sleaze

The Cinematograph Act is being amended to expand censor classification to warn of sleaze and

Censor Board to meet Tollywood producers

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) will hold a meeting in November with the

Siddharth’s 180 sparks censor row

The Telugu Film Producers Council (TFPC) is up in arms against the Hyderabad Regional Censor

Bollywood overtakes Tollywood in film production

The Indian film industry produces the most number of films in the world and

Khatta Meetha faces animal cruelty charge

Akshay Kumar starrer Khatta Meetha got itself embroiled in a controversy earlier this week. After

Film Censor Board’s new rating system

The draft Cinematograph Bill, 2010, which will be moved by the Union Ministry of Information

“Mahatma” producer to be arrested?

“Mahatma” producer to be arrested? The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) had issued U/A