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TV advertisements for condoms, ‘love drugs’ look like porn films: Madras High Court orders TV channels not to telecast vulgar ads
Madras High Court said that after 10 PM, all TV channels show advertisements containing nudity that look like pornography
‘Romantic Rape’: Read how an Odia TV channel was caught promoting a talk show that was ‘romanticizing’ rape
Further in the clip, the male actor tries to explain to the female actor that a rape scene cannot be romantic and he always wanted to be a 'hero', not a villain. To which the female actor replies, "so you wanted to do a romantic rape scene, not a usual rape scene like the villains do".
Sun TV fined Rs 2.5 lakh for telecasting a violent rape sequence in its prime time serial Kalyana Veedu
Sun TV and producers, Thiru Pictures in the hearing which was held last month, defended the serial and argued that they had taken precautions to make sure that the dialogues were not vulgar and obscene.