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No Man’s Land producer fined for smoking at public place

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Jaipur: The producer of Oscar award winning film No Man’s Land March Bachet, who was here as a jury of the International Film festival, which concluded on Sunday, was fined Rs 200 by the police for smoking at public place.

Bachet plans his next Anglo-French film to be shot in India was found lighting a cigarette by a cip, of Manak Chowk police station outside the Golcha theatre where the Jaipur Film Festival was going on. The cop told the film producer Bachet that smoking in public is unlawful in India. Bachet pleaded ignorance, but the cop insisted on booking him. The cop told him that he could avoid all the hassles by making a fine of Rs 200. Bachet, much relieved person paid the fine and obtained a receipt.

 


 

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