No Need To Stand At Cinema To Prove Patriotism

Vastavam web:Rules that require the national anthem to be played before every movie screening can be modified but the government should take a call instead of "shooting from the courts shoulder the Supreme Court said today, noting, We don’t have to wear patriotism on our sleeve Chief Justice Dipak Misra, who had last year made it a must for the anthem to be played before every show at cinemas, was among the three judges who said today that the Centre should decide whether to modify that order without being influenced by what the court had said. People do not need to stand up at a cinema hall to be perceived as patriotic, the court said, adding that it cannot be assumed that if a person does not stand up for national anthem, then he is less patriotic People go to movie halls for undiluted entertainment, said the judges.