India is a signatory to the Convention against Torture and yet a Bollywood movie is glorifying police brutality and inhuman treatment, reports William Gomes in Salem News.
The protest against the Shah Rukh Khan movie My name is Khan has baffled P Ramakrishnan, who points out that the film has been screened without much problem in many countries with a sizeable Muslim population. So just who are the people “confused”?
Soon Chuan Yean reviews Amir Muhammad’s book on old Malay movies and finds that ‘reel life’ in those classic flicks often reflected the ‘real life’ setting of that bygone era.
Charter 2000-Aliran is deeply concerned that film director Amir Muhammad has once again unjustifiably earned the 'wrath' of the government, particularly the Film Censorship Board, which has banned his latest offering 'Apa Khabar Orang Kampung'.