So, the scene is that a young, handsome, filmstar, playing a young, handsome contemporary boy in a film is standing outside in a tense situation, he's a little bit nervous and smoking a cigarette.
The text on the screen says "Cigarette smoking is injurious to health."
Now what is the message that goes to the viewers, the impressionable young viewers who are in the same age group as the young man on the screen?
This is one of those things where the government is ticking a box and delivering itself of any responsibility by making the filmmakers put that one line of text on the screen, the cigarette companies are laughing up their sleeves, and the filmmakers are turning a blind eye to what they are doing to the young public.
It is another example of the kind of conditioning that we go through without even realising it. This is what I was talking about in my video - Osho by Sunny episode 4.
Have you ever wondered (or even noticed) why there's not even a single scene of anyone smoking, in any of my movies, ever?