Legal Blogs


"Ganga Jamuna: Navigating the Censor Board's Intricacies - A Cinematic Tale of Certification and Controversy"

Recently, news about the movie "Ganga Jamuna" was featured in the newspaper on November 6th. The news revolved around Dilip Kumar's six-month journey with the Censor Board for the film "Ganga Jamuna." In 1961, the movie, directed by Nitin Bose and starring Dilip Kumar, was released. Dilip Kumar also produced the film. However, the film encountered numerous challenges with the Censor Board, leading to 250 cuts and an 'A' certificate due to its focus on the Uttar Pradesh belt, featuring dialogues in the Awadhi dialect. This blog delves into the functioning of the Indian Censor Board and the process of issuing film certificates with reference to Ganga Jamuna.


The Supreme Court Said That The Marriage Certificate Issued By Arya Samaj is Illegal: Explainer

The Supreme Court declared the marriage certificate issued by Arya Samaj is illegal. A marriage certificate is a document that declares two people married legally. In India marriages are register in two ways; either, under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or the Special Marriage Act, 1954. Honorable Supreme Court in the year 2006, made it mandatory in India to get a marriage registered to legalize it. This blog explains the validation of marriage certificate and procedure of registration of marriage in India.