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TV actors talk about the hot issue of banning porn websites!


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Sandeep Anand: “Ban is not a solution, earlier whatever they banned people who wanted those things they found their way out like paan masala, Maggie, beef etc. Somehow those things are still available in the market but not openly so I think this kind of ban increase crime itself. Rather than banning government should go smooth with all those things which they are think harmful to nation or any independent awareness of the harm is first thing they can start with. People now days are more of active socially in comparison to past although  I am not in favour of banning porn my concern is to take responsibility how you use things weather it’s porn or any other activity”.

Rishma Rochlani:  “I think it’s good that it’s banned. It is spoiling the youth, and it also increases rape. If it’s banned, I think all this will decrease too. It increases sexual harassment too. So once banned, may be all the above will reduce”.

Naman Shaw: “Personally speaking I am not in favour of the ban because in your growing up years, porn plays an intrinsic part to help you with your sexual curiosity. Making porn is an industry out there in the West and here we are banning even viewing it. For what? Culture? Last I checked, we were the land of Kamasutra. Us banning porn is like Baba Sehgal banning rap music”.

Rishina Khandari: “Government banning all Porn sites may definitely not be fair on the adult Indian population. But The Latest Directive of the Government to ban only Child related Porn Sites is a welcome step to curb Child Exploitation”.

Mrunal Jain: Porn websites should not be banned as adults are adults. The more you deprive people more they will indulge in it. If it is banned people will still find alternate ways to access is after all technology is advanced in every sense of the word. Child pornography should be banned for sure.

Natasha Singh: Honestly I am confused. On one hand I feel it will cause an increase in the level of frustration in many people and on the other hand I feel our prime minister must be having a strong and valid reason to pass such a ban. So frankly this time I have no stand”.

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