Sony Pictures Networks has received a notification from the NCPCR for showing ‘inappropriate’ material on the children’s dancing program “Super Dancer – Chapter 3.”
Sony Pictures Networks has received a notification from the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) accusing it of airing objectionable material. The video, which has gone viral on social media, depicts a scene from “Super Dancer – Chapter 3,” a popular children’s dancing competition that was shown on Sony Entertainment Television, in which judges confronted a young contestant with “inappropriate and sexually explicit questions” about his parents on stage. The episode must be immediately withdrawn from all platforms, per the commission’s request.
A legislative agency charged with protecting children’s rights, the Commission, demanded an explanation from the media outlet as to why these impolite inquiries were addressed to a youngster on a children’s dancing program. In addition, they demanded that the network stop airing such inappropriate material on their channel and deliver a thorough report on the steps taken within seven days.
Super Dancer Chapter 3, which aired on Sony TV, premiered on December 29, 2018, with the Grand Finale on June 23, 2019.