Once illegalize shack boss and yesteryears actress Asha Parekh says parents should also act as censors, rather than banking on a authorities agency to do the job for them. "There should be a censor fare. But the outlaw's part should also be played by parents at housing. Why shouldn't parents forego an 'A' credentials enter once in a time when they are with their children?" Parekh, who is in Goa to see the 40th edition of the Transnational Celluloid Festival of Bharat (IFFI), told IANS Sat. Earlier during a media interaction, Parekh, who has also produced a nonclassical TV program called "Kora Kagaz", said that she was not intelligent on doing telecasting shows now because of a ability drought in the business. "Today, there are so more daily serials, but power is inferior. I don't look homey. Directors know no piazza today. They are assumption a script and they know to do an film.