Managing Partner Anirudh Rastogi and Counsel Rishabh Sinha write in the Huffington Post on the liability of comics.
“A ‘roast’ is a form of comedy that is both mean and good spirited, and most importantly is consensual, but that did not prevent a widespread condemnation of its offensive content. Such run-ins with the freedom of speech by state, state-sponsored and private censors have always left simpletons offering condolences to the over-sensitive for their loss of sense of humour. It also begs the question, that if the subjects of the law don’t have a sense of humour, does the law have one?”
Read further at: http://www.huffingtonpost.in/…/does-the-law-have-a-sense_b_…
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