Bollywood reacts to ban on BBC's documentary 'India's Daughter'

Genelia D'Souza, Aditi Rao Hydari, Vir Das, Boman Irani and other celebs from the Bollywood film fraternity reacted strongly against the orders to restrain the broadcast of a documentary based on December 16, 2012 gang-rape, including an interview with a convict.

Bollywood reacts to ban on BBC's documentary 'India's Daughter'

Here's how B-Town reacted over the ban:

Genelia D'Souza: Pls watch "India's daughter"...We need to understand and eradicate the evil within us n around us

Aditi Rao Hydari: I stand by #IndiasDaughter a film by the @BBC-insightful,shocking,frustrating,sad, we need a SOCIETAL OVERHAUL

Vir Das: I don't know what's in this documentary. But It seems like a country is fighting harder against embarrassment rather than for it's women.

Boman Irani: Documentaries are stories of truth! We should be embarrassed of the truth rather than the fact that the documentary got made#IndiasDaughter

Anurag Basu: Jst saw "India's Daughter"It shd be compulsory viewing not Banned!! We have this Ostrich Mentality Banning #IndiasDaughter is like putting your head in the sand so no one can see me

Sanjay Gupta: Beef BANNED, Documentary BANNED, Films BANNED, 5% Quota for Muslims CANCELLED. Where the f##k are we headed? BURE DIN HI ACHCHE THHE.

Anubhav Sinha: Just finished watching 'India's Daughter'. Why should they ban it? WHY? I wonder if they have seen it.

Kabir Bedi: Govt's decision to BAN #IndiasDaughter - a BBC documentary by an award-winning director - damages India's image the most.

Milap Zaveri: NOTHING should ever be banned. Don't wanna watch, read, hear, then simply DONT!

Goldie Behl: Why ban #IndiasDaughter it's our shocking reality ban this mentality of men.

Shirish Kunder: Now wait for a FIR on all those who shared the banned documentary and also those who watched it. #IndiasDaughter

The documentary 'India's Daughter' by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin has kicked up a storm over the interview of one of the six men who raped the 23-year-old trainee physiotherapist on December 16, 2012 in moving bus in Delhi. She later died in a Singapore hospital where she had been airlifted for specialised treatment.

The controversial documentary was uploaded on video sharing website YouTube by an individual. The home ministry on Wednesday said orders were obtained from court to restrain the broadcast of the documentary.

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  • Deepak07-Mar-2015

    Bollywood grumpy IDIOTS who jump their guns to be in news please read this the same documentary film-maker accuses Bollywood. "Bollywood movies are porn. They objectify women

  • vedansh singh16-Mar-2015

    these bollywood celebrities living in their virtual world doesnt have any common sense at all. I felt laughing i when celeb said we should watch this to know evil that is present around....comon now we know whats going on this country better than any foreingner , i mean we should know...and if we dont then we should be ashamed of ourselves. BOLLYWOOD PLEASE STOP ACTING LIKE STUPIDS.

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