Published On: Sat, Feb 25th, 2012

Mahabharata ! An Epic or Hilarious Comedy.DON’T DIE LAUGHING

Maharabharata , The Most Famous Epic of Hinduism has much more to offer , It not only preaches you but stay close and watch these videos their’s much to see and yes do control your laughing muscles cause these versions of Mahabharat Can really ……… Make you laugh like never before

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The Future of Mahabarata , The big banner movie . SCRIPT YET TO BE WRITTEN , Stars se bat chal rahi hai.

A Team comprising of a Writer, a Producer, a Director, etc applied to the Government of India with a Script to produce a Movie on Mahabarath. They received reply to their application after 14 months.

All of them committed suicide later and the reason is very obvious as

Subject: Mahabharata

To:
The Writer, Film Director & Film Producer,
Mumbai

Ref: Film story submitted by you, regarding financing of films by
Government of India, Your letter dt. …………. ……… .

The undersigned is directed to refer the above letter and state that
the Government has examined your proposal for financing a film called
”Mahabharat’. The Very High Level Committee constituted for this
purpose has been in consultation with the Human Rights Commission,
National Commission for Women and Labour Commission, in addition to
various Ministries and State Governments and have formed definitive
opinions about the script. Their observations are as below:

1. In the script submitted by you it is shown that there were two sets of
cousins, namely, the Kauravas, numbering one hundred, and the Pandavas,
numbering five. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has pointed out
that these numbers are high, well above the norm prescribed for families by
them. It is brought to your kind attention that when the Government is
spending huge amounts for promoting family planning, this will send wrong
signals to the public. Therefore, it is recommended that there may be only
three Kauravas and one Pandava.

2. The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs has raised an issue whether it is
suitable to depict kings and emperors in this democratic age. Therefore, it
is suggested that the Kauravas may be depicted as Honourable Members of
Parliament (Lok Sabha) and the Pandava may be depicted as Honourable Member
of Parliament (Rajya Sabha). The ending of the film shows the victory of
the said Pandavas over the said Kauravas. The ending may be suitably
modified so that neither of the Honourable Members of Parliament are shown
as being inferior to the
other.

3. The Ministry of Science and Technology has observed that the manner of
birth of Kauravas is suggestive of human cloning, a technology banned in
India. This may be changed to normal birth.

4. The National Commission for Women has objected that the father of
Pandavas, one Sri Pandu, is depicted as bigamous, and also there is only
one wife for the Pandavas in common. Therefore suitable changes may be made
in the said script so that the said Sri Pandu is not depicted as bigamous.
However, with the reduction in number of Pandavas as suggested above, the
issue of polyandry can be addressed without further trouble.

5. The Commission for the Physically Challenged has observed that the
portrayal of the visually impaired character ‘Dhritharastra’ is derogatory..
Therefore the said character may not be shown as visually impaired.

6. The Department of Women and Child Development have highlighted that the
public disrobing of one female character called ‘Draupadi’ is objectionable
and derogatory to women in general. Further the Home Ministry anticipates
that depiction of such scenes may create law and order problem and at the
same time invite strong protests from the different women forums. Such
scenes may also invite penal action under SITA (Suppression of Immoral
Traffic Act), therefore they may be avoided and deleted from the film.

7. It is felt that showing the Pandava and the Kauravas as gamblers will be
anti-social and counter productive as it might encourage gambling.
Therefore, the said Pandava and Kauravas may be shown to have engaged in
horse racing. (Hon. Supreme Court has held horse racing not to be gambling)

8. The Pandavas are shown as working in the King Virat’s employment without
receiving any salary. According to the Human Rights Commission, this amounts
to bonded labour and may attract provisions of The Bonded Labour System
(Abolition) Act, 1976. This may be corrected at once.

9. In the ensuing war, one character by name Sri Abhimanyu has been shown
as fighting. The National Labour Commission has observed that, war being a
hazardous industry, and the said character being 16 years old, this
depiction will be construed as a case of child labour. Also there is no
record of his being paid any compensation. This may also be deemed to be
violatory of the provisions of The Child Labour (Prohibition and
Regulation) Act, 1986 and Minimum Wages Act, 1948. Such references in the
film may be removed.

10. The character ‘Sri Krishna’ has been depicted as wearing a peacock
feather. The peacock is our National Bird and wearing dresses made from
peacock feather is an offence under the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972.
This may not be depicted

11. Smt Maneka Gandhi has raised very serious objection for using any
elephants or horses in war scenes, since there is every scope for
mistreatment and injury to the said animals. The provisions of the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1890 and Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals (Amendment) Act, 1960 would be applicable in the instant case.
Suitable changes may be made in the script to address the objections
raised.

12. In pursuance of the Memorandum of Ministry of Finance regarding
austerity measures, it is informed that in the battle field sequences, only
ten soldiers may be allowed for each side. Also, all the characters may be
shown to have obtained a valid licence under the Arms Act, 1959 as well as
the Indian Arms Act, 1878.

You are therefore requested to modify the script along the lines indicated
above and resubmit it to the undersigned at the earliest for reconsideration.

Sd/- Under Secretary

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