People don't respect the laws in India : Vishal Bhardwaj

Bollywood's famous director and producer Vishal Bhardwaj says that in India people don't respect the law and there is no process to force people to believe in these laws. Bhardwaj said in an interview, There has no respect for law in the country nor any process that is bound to follow the law. You can do anything if you don't have the fear of law till then no changes can be applied. Vishal Bhardwaj has also shown a strict reaction on the decision of censor board for giving a certificate to the films. National award winning director Vishal Bhardwaj said that the censor board has become Taliban now and said that it should get over now. Bhardwaj added now the filmmakers has the need to preserve from Information & Broadcast ministry. The director also said that when a film is passed from censor board then how can some other person raises issues with the film. He added the censor board gave a certificate to my film once and one member of the board told me that there is only one problem is with your movies that these are truthful and scary. We don't want to see the mirror. Recently Vishal Bhardwaj directorial flick Rangoon has been released and in this film Saif Ali Khan, Shahid Kapoor, and Kangana Ranaut have played leading roles. The film is getting mixed reviews from the critics and the audience.