Child Commission gave notice to Netflix, objected to the scenes of the web series ‘Bombay Begum’

OTT platforms are under strict surveillance at the moment. After Amazon Prime, Netflix seems to be tightening its grip. In fact, the Children’s Commission has given notice to Netfilux for its content on its web series ‘Bombay Begum’. Along with this, they have asked to report in 24 hours. This web series of Netflix is ​​released on 8 March.

Children’s Commission sought report from Netflix in 24 hours
The Child Commission has given notice to Netflix to stop streaming ‘Bombay Begum’ and give a report in 24 hours. The Child Commission has received a complaint that a 13-year-old girl has been shown to be taking drugs. Along with this, there has been an objection to the way the school children have been portrayed.

Action was taken on amazon
Earlier, action was taken on OTT platform Amazon with the content of their babe series ‘Tandava’. There was a lot of uproar about ‘Tandava’. After this, Ali Abbas Zafar on behalf of Amazon and the director of the web series apologized.

Alankrita Srivastava is the director of the web series ‘Bombay Begum’
Director Alankrita Srivastava’s web series ‘Bombay Begum’ featured the story of five different women. Actress Pooja Bhatt has comeback from this babe series. Apart from Pooja Bhatt in the web series, Suhana Goswami, Amrita Subhash, Plabita Bor-Thakur, Adhya Anand are in important roles.


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