Netflix Series 'Bombay Begum' gets notice from Child Commission
The Child Commission has sent a notice to Netflix stating that 'Bombay Begum' should stop streaming and give a report in 24 hours.
New Delhi: After Bollywood, now the government has said to keep a close watch on OTT platforms. After the Tandav Web Series scandal, the government is moving fast in this matter and after Amazon Prime, it seems to be tightening the screws on many more platforms like Netflix.
Child Commission Notice to Bombay Begum:
Yes, the Child Commission has sent notice to Netflix about the content for their web series 'Bombay Begum'. With this, we have asked you to give a report in 24 hours. Let me tell you, this web series of Netflix was released on 8 March. After which now the Children Commission has taken this step.
Stop the streaming:
The Child Commission has sent a notice to Netflix stating that 'Bombay Begum' should stop streaming 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, objections have also been raised on the way the school children have been depicted.
Earlier, action was taken on OTT platform Amazon for the content of their Web series 'Tandava'. There was a lot of ruckus about 'Tandava'. After this, Ali Abbas Zafar on behalf of Amazon and the director of the web series apologized.
Netflix series 'Bombay Begum' is directed by Alankrita Shrivastava. These series show the story of five different women. Actress Pooja Bhatt has comeback from this web series. Apart from Pooja Bhatt in the web series, there are many big stars including Suhana Goswami, Plabita Bor-Thakur, Adhya Anand.