What's the problem in this?
Hey, I'm not a big fan of how you refer to 'sanskari'. I thought our sanskari was actually pro erotica - we worship a phallus and our temples have naked women with bossoms stickin' out.
On another note, porn addiction is seriously damaging and this trend could encourage more minors to start delivering sexual content, with or without their consent. Does Chingaari check the Aadhar cards of the performers before allowing them to stream to verify their age? How do they know that a girl/woman is not being forced into doing it by say an alcoholic husband?
Even if Chingaari claims to have only soft porno, it's on the borderline and may end up getting banned if a journo like Arnab finds out about it and raises a brouhaha. The government will react knee-jerk with a ban. I can't believe the investors have such an appetite for risk with this app? Is it even worth it?
Ashish, after a very long time I've read your post and now it seems you're losing the objectivity in your content which is getting filled with more words than substance. I hope you'll improve it further! As mere copy the headline and some stuff from Inc42's article will not bring the readers, you've to provide more objectivity and exclusivity in your content. Period
Isnt there a legal issue here? Isn't creating / sharing / peddling pornographic content illegal in India?