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  • Ipshita

    August 13, 2021 at 9:25 PM

    The high level of violence in the current generation movies tends to erupt social peace. This is always one of the important debates that resume when there is some kind of violence in society, especially when there are teens linked to the issue.

    Concerns related to violence created by teens is on a higher frequency and, the pictures and short films are to be blamed to provoke the tendencies for such brutal acts. Let it be from creating chaos on public transports to joining complex networks of cyber-bullying. The animal-like behaviour usually doesn’t pass on to the next generation through the genes, it is always inspired or obtained from an external source. This is where the so-called moving pictures plays a crucial role in shaping the mentality of human nature as it’s easy to manipulate the mind of a youngster when compared to that of a mature adult.

    News involving young individuals in crimes are almost like an everyday thing in the current society. All the crimes are executed in a cliched cinematic style, where boys throw acid bottles on the opposite gender, group assaults on weaker sections of people, High-level thefts, clueless murders etc. These animals like activities require inspiration and one can find all the tricks and techniques from the cinemas of the currents era.

    The only possible way I can state is to categorise the movies according to the level of exposure to violence and telecast the same to the group of people accordingly. Despite the presence of censor boards for regional and international movies, we are failing to prohibit the children from viewing these A-Rated contents along with the adults. I have witnessed theatres flocked with a huge number of young crowds for adult content. The practical solution to encounter these contents from misleading the young mind is only by forcing age restrictions and, these rules and regulations must be reviewed and verified regularly.

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