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Censor Board CEO fired over corruption

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Censor Board CEO fired over corruption. Ravinder Bhatkar, the CEO of the Censor Board of Film Certification, got involved in a controversy after being ousted from his post, which has now been entrusted to Smita Vats Sharma. The supporters of Tamil Actor Vishal will be happy to hear that the Censor Board CEO was fired over corruption.

Before his film Mark Antony premiered, Actor Vishal complained about the significant corruption claims against Ravinder Bhatkar. According to the media, a new source has notified the CEO that he has been sacked due to corruption. Censor Board CEO was fired over corruption, and it is welcoming news, one has to say.

Vishal Vs Censor Board

Previously, actor Vishal claimed that Mumbai’s Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) office demanded money from him. On September 28, the Hindi version of the actor’s recent film, Mark Antony, was released in North India. The actor stated that he had to pay a mediator Rs 6.5 lakhs to obtain the censor certificate for the dubbed version.

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On September 28, Vishal posted a video to his social media accounts describing how he was forced to make two transactions to obtain the screening and certificate. He also asked Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take action against the perpetrators in the video. The actor even revealed the transaction information in the caption, including the names of the account holders.

The Information and Broadcasting Ministry reacted quickly to Tamil actor Vishal’s corruption claims at the film CBFC in Mumbai by dispatching a top Ministry official to Mumbai “to conduct an inquiry.” This reaction came less than 24 hours after Vishal said he paid the censor board 6.5 lakhs to certify the Hindi version of his recent film, “Mark Antony,” released in north Indian states last week. Finally, Ravindra Bhatkar, the Censor Board CEO fired over corruption.

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