Take NOC to depict Army, producers told

Take NOC to depict Army, producers told

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New Delhi: The Ministry of Defence has asked the Central Board of Film Certification, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to advice production houses to obtain a no objection certificate (NOC) before the telecast of any film, documentary or web series based on Army theme. This has been done to curtail the incidents which distort the image of defence forces and hurt the sentiments of defence personnel and veterans. The Defence Ministry had received complaints raising objections on portrayal of Indian Army personnel and military uniform in an insulting manner. It mentioned web series like “Code M” on Zee 5 and “XXX Uncensored (season-2)”. — TNS

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