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Meet the Man Behind National Anthem Being Made Mandatory in Cinemas

  • Akshay Rane
  • January 11, 2018
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Liberals and pseudo-seculars were recently overjoyed on the decision of the Supreme Court, which revoked the original decision of playing the National Anthem in cinemas.

As per the new ruling, it is no more a compulsion to play the National Anthem before a movie. But did you know the person who fought for the decision of playing the National Anthem in cinema halls, in the first place.

Shyam Narayan Chouksey was one of the many SRK fans who had gone to watch Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham in the theatre. But the retired engineer was shocked on seeing the reaction towards our National Anthem.

The people who were watching the movie along with Mr. Chouskey were outright disrespectful towards the National Anthem. Few even asked Chouskey to sit down so that they could enjoy the view ahead. This was indeed insulting towards the gentleman who had been patriotic his entire life.

This made him extremely sad and prompted him to wage war against the decision of making the National Anthem compulsory in cinema halls. He also requested the Supreme Court to incorporate a clause which made playing the National Anthem in cinemas, compulsory.

Chouksey must be one disappointed individual with the new Supreme Court ruling.

Chouskey was quoted as saying, ‘Is it not important to respect your parents and your teachers? This is our culture and tradition. Do you not stand up when an elderly person walks into the room? So why can’t you stand up for your country?”

Mr. Chouskey has vowed that he shall continue the fight and ensure that the National Anthem is played and respected in Cinema halls, as well.

Do you agree with Chouskey? We would like to hear your views on the same. Voice your opinion now! #BeFearless #VoiceyourOpinion #CommentNow

Liberals and pseudo-seculars were recently overjoyed on the decision of the Supreme Court, which revoked the original decision of playing the National Anthem in cinemas. As per the new ruling, it is no more a compulsion to play the National Anthem before a movie. But did you know the person who fought for the decision of playing the National Anthem in cinema halls, in the first place. Shyam Narayan Chouksey was one of the many SRK fans who had gone to watch Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham in the theatre. But the retired engineer was shocked on seeing the reaction towards our National Anthem. The people who were watching the movie along with Mr. Chouskey were outright disrespectful towards the National Anthem. Few even asked Chouskey to sit down so that they could enjoy the view ahead. This was indeed insulting towards the gentleman who had been patriotic his entire life. This made him extremely sad and prompted him to wage war against the decision of making the National Anthem compulsory in cinema halls. He also requested the Supreme Court to incorporate a clause which made playing the National Anthem in cinemas, compulsory. Chouksey must be one disappointed individual with the new Supreme Court ruling. Chouskey was quoted as saying, ‘Is it not important to respect your parents and your teachers? This is our culture and tradition. Do you not stand up when an elderly person walks into the room? So why can't you stand up for your country?" Mr. Chouskey has vowed that he shall continue the fight and ensure that the National Anthem is played and respected in Cinema halls, as well. Do you agree with Chouskey? We would like to hear your views on the same. Voice your opinion now! #BeFearless #VoiceyourOpinion #CommentNow

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