Monday, October 1, 2007

Selecting the right Oscar Entry :)


The movie Eklavya was selected by the Film Federation of India for an entry to the Oscars. The nearest competitor of a movie 'Dharm' has alleged bias and the Bombay High Court has decided to intervene. On the 30th of September, a division bench of the Court passed a order stating prima facie bias in the selection.

Hell! What's happening to our judiciary? The very idea of separation of powers seems to be getting diluted. I can just imagine if the matter goes ahead; the judges infront of a 70mm screen watching the movies and deciding the selection. :)

I have not seen Eklavya. I dont see many of these hindi movies. But I still don't think the Court should interfere in deciding whether an organisation's choice is right or not.

- Eklavya choice for Osacrs biased : HC- The Economic Times

- Eklavya for Oscars? Court to decide - The Hindu


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Blogger Helene said...

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October 2, 2007 at 1:50 AM  

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