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Defense Ministry has written a letter to CBFC, asking production house to get NOC certificate before making content related to Indian Army

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Defense Ministry has written a letter to CBFC, asking production house to get NOC certificate before making content related to Indian Army

Code M and Triple X: Uncensored 2 Steel (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Daily Soap Queen Ekta Kapoor’s production house Digital Medium Alt Balaji’s web series ‘Code M’ and ‘Triple X: Uncensored 2’ (XXX Uncensored 2) were mired in controversy. In this show, indecent scenes were filmed about the wives of the soldiers, while military-uniforms including soldiers were introduced in a derogatory manner. Two complaints have been filed against Ekta in this case. However, Ekta has deleted that scene. But the problems of unity are seen increasing. At the same time, the Defense Ministry has written a letter to the censor board and said that the producer will have to take the NOC from the Ministry of Defense before telecasting the webseries.

As reported by the Mumbai Mirror, the web series’ Triple X-Unreserved ‘filmed indecent scenes involving soldiers’ wives, who were far from reality, and military-uniforms, including soldiers, were disparaged. There has been a lot of controversy about this series. At the same time, Hindusthani Bhau had also filed a police report against Ekta Kapoor. Also read: Dheeraj Dhupar will play the lead character in Ekta Kapoor’s show Naagin 5

The ministry has now formally appealed to CBFC to appeal to the production house that NOC should be taken before airing any film, documentary or web series on military related matters in the country. Ekta Kapoor apologized to the Indian Army during the media interview and said that she has respect and respect for the soldiers of our country. They sacrifice their lives for our safety.

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