After a series of controversies, censorship and mixed public opinion about the content the channel brings, India’s Animax has decided to cover up almost all first-round female characters appearing in its movies. Don’t miss any of them.
Considered the unique cultural beauty that the anime genre brings to people all over the world, this seems to be a huge problem in India and Animax – a TV channel dedicated to well-known and well-known anime series. So anime fans in India, whoever they were, were very surprised when all the bare breasts (but full clothing) were blurred out. Meanwhile, the male characters, even in the nude, are completely unedited.
Aside from the obvious obfuscation, this is just “early testing” of Animax in India, with only Japanese support, no English or other languages. Many anime fans in India are quite dissatisfied with this situation, but there is nothing they can do when Animax encounters difficulties in domestic operations due to various problems.
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In case you don’t know, Animax brought anime to Indian TV channels back in 2004, targeting young adults and supporting parallel English and Hindi languages. In the process of operation, the TV channel encountered a lot of trouble when it contradicted the moral standards of some local people. Most prominently, the Doraemon series was banned in India and controversially “sets a bad example for children,” and Doraemon uses tools from the future to help a difficult boy — instead of letting him Boys solve life’s problems by themselves. .
Ahead of the surprise debut in the obfuscation department, perhaps India’s anime channels will continue to have more headaches covering all of the major anime series’ content, which is often violent and illegal. More traditional lately.
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