A new decision has taken by the MoD for the release of military films or series in India.
The decision which was taken by the MoD. It is that, all the series and films now have to take a no-objection certificate just like Tv serials are taking.
Moreover, This decision has been sent to the censor board last month by the higher authorities.
This decision has been after the controversy and strike have been done because of a series named XXX.
Moreover, This series XXX is produced by the Ekta Kapoor which is available to stream on ALT Balaji.
This series is on fire and in controversies because of an offensive scene that will bring the selfless service of the army in the regulatory grey and surrounds them of web service.
About the new rule
The ministry of defense has written a letter central film board that any film which was based on any type of army segment or any relation with the army has to take a clarification certificate from the government.
This law will be performed in three ways the first producer has to send a script of army official before he starts filming, then after the film, they have to take the certificate.
They have to take permission from the censor board, army officials and at last they have permission from the government.
Need for decision
This decision has been to ensure that the image of the army will not be distorted.
As we all know that army based films are very popular in the country and every citizen love to watch them see the sacrifices of the army for the nation.
But these types of series are a black and a lot that may arise some question in the mind of viewers or the citizens. It may doubt on the army in sort these types of series are not good for the image and reputation of indian army.
Guidelines to be followed
The producer has to submit a report with the complete details about the film from when the shooting will start till the release date. They can also mention if they need any help for the equipment.
After the completion of the film, the producer has to submit a copy of the film to the army officials and government for the no-objection certificate.
If there is any type of undesirable, improper and unsuitable content in the film marked by the defense ministry or the government than the producer has to remove that.