IBN18 Editor-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesai asks I&B Minister Manish Tewari if the government is helpless in front of states when it comes to law and order.
At a press conference in Mumbai, Kamal Haasan thanked Jayalalitha for clarifying she had nothing to do with the ban on 'Vishwaroopam'.
Shah Rukh Khan's essay on being a Khan that was published in a weekly magazine led to a debate over his security.
The actor also said there was a loss of Rs 30 to 60 crore as a result of the film not releasing on time in Tamil Nadu.
Samajwadi Party leaders say the movie could be banned in UP if it hurts the sentiments of Muslims.
Jayalalithaa questioned, "Was it practically, physically possible to provide police protection to all 524 theatres?"
Samajwadi Party leader Asrey Kushwaha has said that the movie could be banned in Uttar Pradesh if it hurts the sentiments of Muslims.
Censor board chairperson Leela Samson welcomed the government's step of considering amendments to the Cinematograph Act.
The government wants to ensure that state governments cannot question a certificate that is once given by the censor board.
Censor board chairperson Leela Samson has threatened to sue the Tamil Nadu Advocate General for blaming the body.
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On Wednesday, the Madras HC set aside the interim order given by the single judge court lifting the ban.
What does the 'Vishwaroopam' controversy tell us about the censor board? About the Jayalalithaa government?
The Madras High Court on Tuesday stayed the release of Kamal Haasan's 'Vishwaroopam' in Tamil Nadu till February 6.
In Mumbai, people are speaking up against ban on Kamal Haasan's 'Vishwaroopam'.
Actor and director Kamal Haasan has said he is the victim of a political game.
It is also being claimed now that the actor may not approach the Supreme Court against the Madras High Court stay order on the film.
Tamil Nadu politics is dominated by people in film industry. The film stars and producers have to align themselves to one or the other party.
Kamal Haasan's latest film 'Vishwaroopam' ran into trouble after Muslim groups in Tamil Nadu alleged that its content hurt their sentiments.
The Madras High Court on Wednesday stayed the screening of the film in Tamil Nadu till February 6 as petrol bombs were hurled at two theatres.
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