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If found guilty of making a porn movie, there may be severe punishment, know the rules

Mumbai Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra was arrested on Monday for making obscene films. This arrest did not happen suddenly. In February he was charged with producing and circulating pornography. In India, if a person is found to be doing any such act, an offense is registered against him under the IT Act and IPC. The court then announces its decision and the person concerned is sentenced.

Raj Kundra is currently under arrest and will be sentenced if he is sentenced in court. If found guilty, he could face imprisonment.

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India ranks third in the world in terms of watching porn

The arrest of Raj Kundra shows that porn is seen as an industry in India. The global porn industry has a turnover of over 100 billion. There is no porn industry in India but these movies are still watched illegally.

What is Anti Pornography Act?

The pornography industry has grown rapidly in the last few years. This includes photos, videos, audios and messages based on sexual activity. The Anti-Pornography Act applies to the publication or posting of such items electronically.

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was severely punished

In India, if a person is found guilty under this Act, then other sections of the IPC are also imposed on him along with the IT Act. The IT Act of India has also been amended so that such criminals can be punished severely.

it can be punishment

Making obscene videos of others is punishable under Section 67A of IT Act 2008 and Section 292, 293, 294, 500, 506, 508 of IPC. The first punishment is imprisonment for 5 years or a fine of up to Rs 10 lakh. Repeating the same scream increases the punishment.

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viewing pornography is not a crime

IT and IPC rules are applicable to persons who make obscene videos or create MMS and transmit them to others through electronic media. But watching, reading or listening to pornography is not a crime in our country.

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