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Cricketer and cancer-survivor Yuvraj Singh was recently dragged into controversy when his sister-in-law, former Bigg Boss contestant Akanksha Sharma named him in a domestic violence suit agaist her husband Zoravar Singh (Yuvraj's brother) and their mother Shabnam Singh.
Akanksha directly did not speak to media, but her lawyer Swati Singh Malik confirmed the filing of the case, as well as the alleged role played by Yuvraj.
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Radical Changes In Film Certification Soon, Says Arun Jaitley Amid ‘Udta Punjab’ Row
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June 10 , 2016 , 12:32 IST
Amid a raging row over ‘Udta Punjab’, Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said movie certification norms have to be liberal and “some very radical changes” will be announced over the next few days.
In his first comments on the row sparked by cuts sought by Central Board of Film Certification on Udta Punjab, a film that portrays the problem of drug addiction in the state, he said, “I won’t say its overboard. I don’t know this case because I have not seen this film in question.”
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Stating that he was “not satisfied” with the existing system of film certification, Jaitley said there are some changes that are about be made.
“There is a well documented report by Shyam Benegal, the first part which has come to me which is under consideration. Over the next few days we are going to announce some very radical changes in that,” he said.
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