Formal Letter to editor of newspaper against display of violence in films

Indian cinema is the most wonderful means of entertainment. It is very popular since the day of its invention. We all watch movies. But nowadays there are many movies are releasing which we can’t see with our family.

There is a display of sex scenes in these movies. The below article is against the display of sex and violence in films. It is a Formal Letter to the editor of the newspaper against the display of violence in films. It is a letter to the Editor of a newspaper commenting on the increasing display of violence and sex in Indian films.

Formal Letter to editor of newspaper against display of violence in films

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Formal Letter to the editor of newspaper against the display of violence in films

14, Murgai Gate,
Samba.

September 15, 20 …..

The Editor,
The Indian Express,
Jammu.

Sir,

I shall be thankful if you allow me to air my views about the increasing display of violence and sex in Indian films.

The increasing display of violence and sex in Indian films is highly objectionable. The producers feel that the success of their films can be ensured only by showing a number of half-naked busty beauties. Bedroom scenes, bathing scenes, rape scenes, whether or not the story demands them, are planted at every odd place. As a result, most Indian films have in fact scenes that are utterly unsuitable for mass viewing.

Another evil on the increase is the use of violence. Films have clever ways of showing acts of cruelty. The ill-effect of this indulgence in Violence on the minds of young boys and girls who feel exalted in imitating their heroes cannot be underestimated. Young people now think that violence not only enjoys social sanction but is something to feel happy over. The situation has become too grave to be neglected any longer.

But the solution does not lie in a kind of blanket directive that all scenes depicting violence should be strictly excluded from films. All that is needed is just this: the depiction of sex be freed from vulgarity and violence depicted in such a manner that it appears hateful rather than glorious.

Yours faithfully,
K.S. Bajwa


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