Divya Dutta and Khadoos a.k.a Amole Gupte for the #nochildsplay campaign
Divya Dutta, Amole Gupte A.K.A 'Khadoos' along with others bring light that children shouldn't be taken away from their childhood and their innocence when they've been casted and they spend their time on sets rather than in classrooms or playgrounds.
Movie sets, advertisements, documentaries and most importantly reality shows keep children right from ages 5-6 to about 17-18 busy and on their feet with schedules which give more preference to their 'Professional' events than being on actual turfs of the school, home and play grounds.
A big chunk of the clock of some child artists go into shooting, like ads like Flipkart or rehearsals and programmes of reality shows.
Divya Dutta came up with #nochildsplay to represent the industry and their responsibility towards young buds and their bachpan. Divya Dutta added “Let’s not take away their bachpan (childhood). A beautiful balance is the mantra.” Also recommending that counsellors to be there in set to keep a check.
Divya said: “Children need to be given their childhood. Even if they are on a set (of film shooting and television reality shows), we should make sure no compromise is done with their education, sleep and recreation. So, measures should be taken by all of us."
Many other statements were made by the panel elected by UNICEF India and CRYIndia
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Join our campaign to PROTECT CHILD ARTISTS in #entertainment industry.— Nine is Mine (@9isM9) June 13, 2018
Click a photograph of yourself holding this pledge & post it on your Twitter account along with the hashtag #nochildsplay and tag us on @9isM9. #ChildLabour pic.twitter.com/oDtDsF59Ri
The right balance between #education, the development of the child and working in #entertainment industry should be ensured by parents themselves. It would take time but we hope it is going to make a difference soon. #nochildsplay @CRYINDIA@UNICEFIndia— Nine is Mine (@9isM9) June 12, 2018
The game of TRPs on television channels makes everything ruthless. Children are often made to act like adults that actually invades and destroys their child like innocence.#WorldDayAgainstChildLabour #nochildsplay #entertainment @CRYINDIA @UNICEFIndia pic.twitter.com/i1JJ6PZwt6— Nine is Mine (@9isM9) June 12, 2018
"Odd working hours and the rat race of being the best in #entertainment industry leads to severe #health hazards and depression among the children", says panel.#WorldDayAgainstChildLabour #nochildsplay #childlabour @CRYINDIA @UNICEFIndia— Nine is Mine (@9isM9) June 12, 2018
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