The 26-year-old actress said although she has not watched the documentary 'India's Daughter' by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin, she feels the audience is mature enough to decide what they should watch.

"I think such things should be left to public discretion  people's intelligence. We are old enough to deal with our emotions in that way. If other people decide what we should watch then in a way they are judging our thought process. That is my problem.

"Keeping silent about such things is not an option otherwise, it will make us regressive as a society. People will feel repressed and it would lead to a lot more problems,"said the actress, who will be next seen in 'NH10'.

The film's co-producer Vikramaditya Motwane echoed similar sentiments and said that banning is not the solution. Actor Neil Bhoopalam, who stars alongside Anushka in 'NH10', said such restrictions will only cause anger among people.

"These sort of bans and curbing affect each and everyone of us. You cannot have an authority telling you this cannot happen and that cannot happen. It stunts us as a nation. The more you are suppressed, the more angry people will get," he said. 'NH10', a thriller about a road trip gone wrong, has been directed by Navdeep Singh and it will hit theaters this Friday.

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