A Danish film crew followed several young Danes who went to India in order to work in the textile industry. They were filmed living in squalid conditions, arguing with employers over wages, and not even having enough food for breakfast. One can only assume the Indian government thought the Danes were there to depict happy textile workers enjoying the good life working making clothes. The Danish state funded corporation which made the film was informed there is no room in the Indian inn.
Danish human rights activists argue India’s action violates freedom of speech and is not in accord with basic rights available to the people of India. India is a democratic society and supposedly has freedom of the press. I guess it has freedom of the press but not for films about textile workers. I wonder why?