Viduthalai Screening : Woman Got Arrested After Arguing Inside Theatre!!
Written by Surithi J Published on Apr 03, 2023 | 21:12 PM IST | 192
Viduthalai Part 1 is a Tamil-language action-drama film directed by Vetrimaaran and produced by Elred Kumar. Recently, there has been a lot of controversy surrounding the screening of Tamil movies in Chennai. Two separate incidents have sparked outrage and debate over who should be allowed to watch certain films, and who gets to make that decision.
The first incident occurred at the Rohini Theatre in Chennai, where children were denied entry to the movie Pathu Thala. The theatre claimed that they were simply following the rules of the film certification board, which had given Pathu Thala a UA certificate, meaning that children under the age of 12 could not watch the movie without adult supervision. However, many people saw this as an unfair restriction, arguing that the movie was not too violent or inappropriate for children.
The situation was further complicated when it was revealed that the theatre had also denied entry to a group of tribal people who had brought their children to see Pathu Thala. The theatre claimed that they were concerned for the safety of the children, who were under 12 years old, but many saw this as an act of discrimination against the tribal community.
The controversy continued to grow, with many people boycotting the Rohini Theatre and expressing their anger and frustration online. While the star of the film, Simbu, did not comment on the matter, actress Priya Bhavani Shankar and others condemned the theatre’s actions.
The second incident occurred at the Inox Theatre in Chennai Virugambakkam, where a woman was confronted by the police for bringing her children to see the movie Viduthalai Part 1. The film had been given an A certificate, meaning that it was not suitable for children under 18 years old, but the woman argued that she had the right to decide what her children could watch.
where a woman named Varamathi argued with the police to allow her children to watch the A-certified movie ‘Viduthalai Part 1’, a case has been registered against her. The case includes three sections, including creating a disturbance in a public place and trespassing.
The police tried to evict the woman and her children from the theatre, leading to a heated argument that was captured on video and went viral on social media. Many people expressed their support for the woman, arguing that she should be allowed to make her own decisions about what her children could watch.
Here is the video :
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The controversy over both incidents raises important questions about who gets to decide what is appropriate for children to watch. While the film certification board is responsible for rating movies based on their content, many argue that these ratings are often arbitrary and subjective. Some believe that parents should be allowed to make their own decisions about what their children can watch, while others argue that there should be some level of regulation to protect children from harmful or inappropriate content.
The issue is further complicated by questions of cultural sensitivity and discrimination. In the case of the Rohini Theatre, many saw the denial of entry to the tribal community as an act of discrimination, while others argued that the theatre was simply following the rules. In the case of the Inox Theatre, some saw the police’s actions as an infringement on the woman’s rights, while others saw it as an attempt to protect children from potentially harmful content.
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These controversies highlight the need for a more nuanced and thoughtful approach to film certification and censorship. While there may be some level of regulation that is necessary to protect children from harmful or inappropriate content, it is important to ensure that this regulation is not discriminatory or arbitrary. At the same time, parents should be encouraged to take an active role in monitoring what their children watch, rather than relying solely on film ratings or theatre policies. By working together, we can create a more inclusive and responsible approach to film screening that respects the rights and interests of everyone involved.
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