Kannywood film Magazine has shared an interview it conducted with Falalu A. Dorayi on its Instagram page and website.The filmmaker was heard criticizing the Management of Kano State Film and Censorship Board over its recent decision to ban bad actions in films. Recall, the Magazine had also made an interview with Executive Secretary of the Board, Ismail Afakallah. Where it asked him the reason for the move.
Dorayi has lamented the way in which the Board took the decision without seeking people's opinion. According to him, the Management should have contacted them for suggestions before taking any action.
He was quoted as saying "There is no clear reason for banning evil actions in movies . The Board should have arranged a meeting with stakeholders. Tell them that government is taking such decision to block people from imitating bad actions. There is no law anywhere in the world that banned villain roles in films. Hollywood is still producing this kind of movies. Why should Kannywood banned it.
I thought the Secretary will encourage filmmakers to be producing films that will show the sad end of villains".
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