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Bombay Begums: NCPCR Sends Notice to Netfliix to stop the show, check details

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The recent buzz around the web series – Netflix seems to be interesting and it has impressed the audience in a big way. All thanks to the critics and audience who have liked the series in a big way. However, amidst the smooth streaming of the show, we now hear that the central body for child rights called National Commission for Protection of Child Rights have asked the OTT platform to furnish the details of the same. 

As per reports, they have furnished a report against the group who has sent out an appropriate legal action against the show. As per reports, they objected to certain sequences in the kids in the series and claimed that it will pollute the young minds of the country and this would result into the abuse and exploitation of the kids. The commission was seen taking an action based on a complaint that took place in the series that normalises the minors indulging in casual sex along with the drug abuse.

In the notice, the child body said that the streaming giant should be conscious when it comes to dealing with content related to kids. The commission said the same in the notice. They booked the streaming giant under the Section 14 of the Commission for Protection Child Rights Act 2005 claimed the notice. The show is based on the lives of five women in Bombay city and their struggle they have to pose while living in the tough world of men. 

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