Ban 'Finding Fanny' for using 'fanny' word, HC urged
Ban 'Finding Fanny' for using 'fanny' word, HC urged

A petition was filed in the Delhi High Court Tuesday seeking a ban on the release of director Homi Adajania's new movie "Finding Fanny" starring Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor, due to the use of "vulgar word 'fanny'".

No vulgarity in `PK` poster: Aamir Khan

The poster of Aamir Khan-starrer `PK`, in which he appears nude, has sparked controversy but the superstar has defended it saying the issue has been blown out of proportion as there is no vulgarity at all.

China looks at further internet curbs to prevent `rumours, vulgarity`

In a bid to curb `rumours and vulgarity`, internet users in China may require registering with their real names when signing up to network providers.

No vulgarity in nudity, says Poonam Pandey

There is no vulgarity in nudity, said Poonam Pandey, the model whose offer to go nude before Team India if they won the Cricket World Cup.

Hindus ask censor chief Leela Samson to curb vulgarity and violence

Hindus have urged Leela Samson, the newly appointed chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) of India, to halt the unnecessary violence and vulgarity of Indian films.

Case against Salman Khan, ‘Bigg Boss’ makers for vulgarity

A case was filed Friday in an Uttar Pradesh court against Bollywood actor Salman Khan, who is also the host of the ‘Bigg Boss 4’ show, the producer and director of the reality show and some of the contestants over its vulgar content, an official said. The case was filed in a court in Aligarh district under multiple sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), including 293, 294 and 120 B.

Channel dragged to court for vulgarity, ‘fake’ wedding on ‘Bigg Boss’

A civil court here has served notice to the chief executive officer (CEO) of an entertainment channel for showing vulgar content on reality show ‘Big Boss’ and cheating the audience by organising the wedding of an already married couple.

Law to ban western music, vulgarity: BJP manifesto in Haryana

If BJP comes to power in
Haryana assembly polls next month, it will make a law to ban
western music and "vulgarity", says the party manifesto.