The government of India banned for showing in the cinemas powers baseless adaptation of the novel E. L. James "50 shades of grey". The head of the Central Commission for certification of films of Shravan Kumar refused to give the reason for the ban.
The restriction on the display of "50 shades" - absolutely logical solution for such a conservative state like India. Although the official reason for the ban is not called, the authorities powers specify that issued the film Comcast Corp may appeal the decision.
Informer company Universal Pictures, familiar with the situation, reported that the Indian government raised questions some of the dialogue from the movie. Previously, the company voluntarily agreed to cut from the movie the most straightforward scene, informs Reuters.
Thus, India became the 5th state to ban the screening of "50 shades". Previously, a similar decision was made by the government of Malaysia, Indonesia and Kenya. Also, the acclaimed adaptation will not be able to see the inhabitants of Dagestan, Karachay-Cherkessia, Chechnya, Ingushetia and North Ossetia. Guardians of morality confused explicit, which is 20 minutes from almost 2 hours of movie. Also, Comcast Corp refused to show the film in China - the second largest film market in the world.
The movie, the premiere of which took place on 12 February at the Berlin film festival, collected in world hire more than 400 million $. The tape tells about the relationship of the young girls and kinky billionaire, she was the most predictable movie of the year. The trailer was voted the most popular in history, typing on YouTube almost 100 million views.