A Biased Coverage

This is perhaps the most biased story of all that I have seen so far covering TISA petition. Media I always thought was an impartial platform with a balanced view. This post compels me to think twice! A couple of lines from the article-

“The trailers of the movie also showed the character of Shreyas Talpade stammering while his friends making fun of him. But, there was no objection from any organization at that point of time. Now, as the movie has succeeded at the Box office, TISA has sent a legal notice.”

“Well, we agree with Shreyas because a new trend has started these days where people start creating problems or raising problems whenever a film becomes successful. This has become an easy way to be in the limelight!”

I request to post your comments on this link as well, condemning such a biased coverage.

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Post Author: Harish Usgaonker

3 thoughts on “A Biased Coverage


    (November 23, 2010 - 5:12 pm)

    I posted my comment on 17th Nov correcting the facts – the petition was filed before the release of the movie, and a few other things. If these guys don't even have the sense to validate and correct the facts, who can help them..I think its time for us to go on some of the news channel as well..


    (November 23, 2010 - 9:24 pm)

    This is senseless journalism; media connect everything with publicity stunt. It only supports mighty people, who do not have feeling towards common people emotions.

    Thanks Harish sir for notifying !!


    (November 24, 2010 - 5:31 am)

    such a pity! when will Indian media grow up?

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