Central Board of Film Certification

Central Board Of Film Certification

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The Central Board of Film Certification (popularly known as the Censor Board) is a government of India regulatory body and censorship board of India controlled by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. It reviews, rates and censors motion pictures, television shows, television ads, and promotional material. It regulates the public exhibition of films in India under the provisions of The Cinematograph Act 1952. Films can be publicly exhibited in India only after certification by the Board.

According to the Supreme Court of India :

Current certificates

The CBFC currently issues the following certificates.



Board

The Board consist of non-official members and a Chairperson (all of whom are appointed by Central Government). Bharatnatyam dancer, Leela Samson presently presides the Board after Sharmila Tagore who was the longest continuous running Chairperson in the history. Samson is now the 26th Chairperson after the Board's establishment.

The Board functions with its headquarters at Mumbai. It has nine Regional offices each at:
  • Mumbai
  • Kolkata
  • Chennai
  • Bangalore
  • Thiruvananthapuram
  • Hyderabad
  • New Delhi
  • Cuttack
  • Guwahati
The Regional Offices are assisted in the examination of films by Advisory Panels. The members of the panels are nominated by Central Government by drawing people from different walks of life for a period of 2 years.

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