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Actor Vishal exposes corruption within the Mumbai Censor Board Office

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Vishal, the Tamil actor, has made serious accusations of corruption against the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) in Mumbai. Vishal claimed that he had to pay Rs 6.5 lakhs to CBFC officials to obtain a censor certificate for the Hindi version of his latest film, ‘Mark Antony’, which was released in North India, in a shocking revelation.

Vishal shared a video on his social media channels that outlined the difficulty of completing two transactions to obtain the screening and certificate.

He urged Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take action against those responsible for the alleged scam, including disclosing the details of account holders involved in the transactions. Expressing his dismay, Vishal wrote, “Corruption being shown on the silver screen is fine, but not in real life, especially in government offices like the CBFC Mumbai office.”

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He elaborated on the breakdown of the payments, which included 3 lakhs for screening and 3.5 lakhs for the certificate, pointing out that this was the first time he had encountered such a situation in his career.

Vishal’s intention behind bringing this issue to light is to safeguard future producers from facing similar challenges. He is optimistic that the truth will prevail and emphasizes that his hard-earned money should not be lost due to corruption.

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Social media users have been left shocked by the allegations revealed by Vishal. Many are questioning the effects on big-budget, pan-India films if a small film like ‘Mark Antony’ needs 6.5 lakhs to obtain a censor certificate.

This act by Vishal led to the Concerns being raised about the CBFC’s integrity, which is under the central government’s jurisdiction, and its potential impact on the Indian film industry as a whole, as a result of this revelation.

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