Punjabi Singer Calls for Boycott of Vulgar Songs, Demands Censor Board Constitution


AMBALA, Haryana, India—Noted Punjabi writer Jagmohan Singh Lucky demanded that there was a dire need to constitute a censor board for Punjabi songs.

In a statement here today, he said in most of the Punjabi songs, the use of vulgar language was common.

Not only this, at the time of its shooting, the girls were made to dance in short clothes and one cannot view while sitting in a family.

Lucky said there are still a  number of Punjabi songs which could be viewed on screen instead of listening. In some of the songs, dual meaning words are used. At the same time, some songs are good worded but its screening is very poor.

There are also singers like Gurdaas Mann, who are far away from vulgarity and contributing a lot to the Punjabi culture. Some upcoming singers also sing family songs”.

He said the need of the hour was to boycott the songs with vulgarity and encourage the singers singing of family songs.


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