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[India] Bollywood's mixed reaction to smoking scenes in films

Bollywood's reaction was mixed on Tuesday to the central government's informing the Supreme Court that it would permit smoking scenes in films though with a statutory warning of this being injurious to health.
DNA India (in)
added Sep 6, 2012 07:24

[India] Government notification permitting smoking scenes in films soon

The government told the Supreme Court that it would shortly issue a notification to permit smoking scenes in films with a scroll carrying statutory warning that smoking is injurious to health.
India Today Magazine (in)
added Sep 4, 2012 08:21

[India] Smoking scenes to be allowed in movies with mandatory warning

The Central Government has told the Supreme Court that by September 14, it will bring in a notification which will make a warning against smoking mandatory in movies.
CNN-IBN (in)
added Sep 4, 2012 08:19

[India] Govt to allow smoking scenes in films soon, Centre tells SC

The Union government on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that it would allow actors to smoke in films provided these actors do a promo to be shown along with the movie narrating the bad effects of smoking. The government said the notification to this effec
Times of India
added Sep 4, 2012 08:19

[Sri Lanka] No smoking, drinking scenes – NATA's call to film, drama producers

The National Alcohol and Tobacco Authority (NATA) yesterday warned film and drama producers to refrain from showing scenes of smoking and alcohol consumption.
Sunday Observer (lk)
added Sep 1, 2012 20:59

Promotion of smoking through film titled: Colour

in regard to promotion of smoking/alcohol use through a film titled " Colour," which was screened last week. In this film the main actor, Kamal Addaraarachchi portrays smoking/alcohol use. In Sri Lanka tobacco advertising through indirect or direct mode/
Asian Tribune
added Sep 1, 2012 20:30

[India] 'Heroine': Kareena Smokes in One-Third of the Film; Scenes Censored with Statutory Warning

The Censor Board of Film Certification has won the battle against the producers of film "Heroine", who moved to the Delhi High Court on Monday to protest against the new Statutory warning policy, stating that it would kill the creativity of the scenes.
IBT - International Business Times
added Sep 1, 2012 12:05

[UK] Benedict Cumberbatch turns to drinking and smoking for film role

WHO said Benedict Cumberbatch doesn’t go the extra mile for his work? The Sherlock actor has admitted that to get into his City Of Angels role he had to turn to drinking and smoking. Benedict, 36, explains he took up the bad habits to star in the musical
The [London, UK] Express
added Aug 30, 2012 01:49

BARON: Health Fascism in India -- Bollywood strikes back

The worldwide war on smoking has decided to take on India's world renowned film industry, and for the moment it appears to have the upper hand. (blog)
added Aug 30, 2012 10:15

[Australia, Korea - South, Philippines] 'Immigrants and Cigarettes' featuring Fil-Aussie named best film in Korean awards

A short film -- "Immigrants and Cigarettes" -- featuring Filipino-Australian actor Felino Dolloso recently won the best film award at the "Korean Film Festival" in Sydney, Australia.
GMANews.TV (ph)
added Aug 29, 2012 20:46
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