The two wheeler driving intern in u turns Kannada movie looks seductive, fashionable, smart, and sexy with the helmet on her head. Shraddha Srinath, playing the role of an attractive and seductive intern working at newspapers, never takes her helmet off, in all the road scenes of the Kannada movie” U-Turn”.
A good civic sense and message by the Director Pawan Kumar even beating the act of Actor Aamir Khan’s civic sense in the movie Tare Zamen Pe, where he throws the trash to dustbin in one of the garden scenes.
The latest rules and guide lines formed by RTO on road Safety has decided to impose a strict ban on scenes in films, commercials or television series, publicity material, that show violation of road safety rules. The department said the order has been issued considering the large number of deaths and grievous injuries due to road accidents each year.
Any violation of road safety found in any films, video, publicity material, TV show, or in any media form, they can be booked under the RTO Motor Vehicles act of road safety.
A leading two wheeler manufacturer had once challenged the move, citing advertisement and films are expression of creative freedom and should be exempted from this rule, but the Court thought the right way saying, that any publicity material/movie tend to have an adverse impact on viewers, especially youth, and must be banned to the curb the tendency to flout road safety norms.
Its high time, Kannada film directors /producers / actors take a leaf out of “U-Turn” and exhibit road safety norms in their creative expression in upcoming Kannada movies.
Three cheers and kudos to Director Pawan Kumar on the success of his movie “U-Turn” and my adoration and hugs to the stunning helmet girl “Shraddha Srinath” for her simplistic and mature acting.
Note: Even your Facebook, video, photo s, breaking road safety rules can invite you trouble with a Challan to your inbox. Act smart. Post smart. Be responsible.
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