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Top box office films last year showed more onscreen smoking than the prior year, reversing five years of steady progress in reducing tobacco imagery in movies, according to a new UCSF study. Moreover, many of the top-grossing films of 2011 with signific
Sep 27, 2012 EurekAlert
added Sep 27, 2012 13:21
Dr. Pankaj Chaturvedi, Associate Professor, Tata Memorial Hospital, who has been fighting against the ill effects of tobacco at all levels told Mumbai Mirror that the government has bowed to pressure from film and TV industry. "They have diluted the rule
Sep 27, 2012 Times of India
added Sep 27, 2012 08:40
[UK, UK-Wales] Government turn-around on smoking ban could destroy Wales' credibility on public health
ASH Wales has warned that plans to exempt film makers from the smoking ban will destroy Wales' credibility on public health and destabilise smoking legislation across the UK.
Sep 20, 2012 WalesOnline (uk)
added Sep 27, 2012 03:12
the new age Bollywood actresses have shed shackles and inhibitions by smoking cigarettes onscreen. Though onscreen smoking acts have always been slammed by the Censor Board committee, it never compelled the filmmakers to go the other way. For instance, th
Sep 26, 2012 OneIndia.com (in)
added Sep 26, 2012 12:13
Sep 25, 2012 Indian Television Dot Com (in)
added Sep 26, 2012 12:01
IF the rumour making the rounds is anything to believe, then, top actress, Genevieve Nnaji, has joined the league of female smokers in the Nigerian movie industry. Probably she'd succeeded at 'keeping it a secret' and had everyone 'fooled' that she's be
Sep 24, 2012 All-Africa.com
added Sep 25, 2012 13:04
In a major respite to film and TV industry, the government has relaxed anti-tobacco regulations for them, including on mandatory disclaimers by actors about ill-effects of tobacco during screening of their films, and has done away with a clause on censor
Sep 25, 2012 DNA India (in)
added Sep 25, 2012 12:55
Come October 2, directors and producers of all new films will have to show "strong editorial justification" to Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) for using smoking scenes in movies and TV programmes before it is cleared for public viewing.
Sep 20, 2012 Times of India
added Sep 24, 2012 12:16
the health ministry has been forced to tone down its stand on movies with smoking scenes. The government has decided to do away with its previous decision which required films to be certified U/A solely on the ground that they depict smoking.
Sep 22, 2012 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 22, 2012 07:35
Finally after a year long battle the ministries of information broadcasting and health has decided to allow the scene to run as is, but with health disclaimers to be run before and during the film.
Sep 22, 2012 india.com (in)
added Sep 22, 2012 07:17