Supreme Court of India orders to play National Anthem before playing movies in thearters

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New Delhi, November 30: The Supreme Court of India has ordered that, the National anthem must be played in cinema theatres before playing movies.
The SC says citizens must respect the anthem and the flag and orders that nobody can print the anthem on any undesirable object.
What the undesirable objects are has not been specified. The Supreme Court has directed all cinema halls in the country to play the national anthem before a film.
The court said there can be no commercial exploitation of the anthem. SC directs people in cinema halls to stand up when the anthem is played.
The National Flag should be shown on screen when the anthem is played. More details awaited.