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'TROLL POLICE' A FIRST OF A KIND SHOW BASED ON CYBER BULLYING

By Siddharth Singh . 30th December 2017 02:32pm
'TROLL POLICE' A FIRST OF A KIND SHOW BASED ON CYBER BULLYING

https://www.facebook.com/mtvindia/videos/10155858032630102/ Cyberbullying is one of the con and major issues that today's generation face. The issue rose to such an extent that governments in the entire world were forced to create cyberbullying cells maintained by the respective police authorities and today cuber bullying is considered a crime. Therefore in order to educate today's society about this negative aspect of the cyber world actor-presenter, Rannvijay Singha is coming up with an upcoming season where he'd be the face and host of a show named "Troll Police". The show is based on a unique concept where celebrities will be brought face-to-face with their trolls. The main objective of the show will be to showcase how it is no big deal for someone to log on to any social media platform and make obscene comments on a person's physical appearance or the kind of attire they opt for. MTV has specifically hired a cyber team including investigators who would trace such trolls. The faces behind such trolls will then be brought forward and Bollywood celebrity they would have trolled will further confront such people on national television. Better be careful if you are in a habit of trolling celebs pal or you could be the next target of "Troll Police". Rannvijay will not only educate the youth but will also create awareness and highlight the issue of cyberbullying. Singha stated;

As they say with great power comes great responsibility, I really feel that while internet has given us the power to voice our opinion, there are a lot of people who do not use this boon wisely.
But if one feels that one can hide his or her identity and use it as a platform to send inflammatory and off-topic messages and get away with it, it is absolutely wrong.
It is a sign of cowardice. I hope 'Troll Police' enables a lot of people out there to voice their issues if they are being trolled, because trolling someone is a serious offence.
"Troll Police" will premiere from January 13, 2018, every Saturday on 7 PM.
news courtesy: business standard/ians