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A new come out that Aamir Khan decided not release his Bollywood blockbuster movie ‘Dangal’ in Pakistan. Don’t be confuse, it’s not like he doesn’t want to because of countries political issue, instead of the politics issues, he is against releasing it because of the censor board demand.
The point is censor board demanded that if the Dangal will be release in Pakistan then two scenes containing Indian flag and anthem must be cut (well, it is a country issue, but not a country political issue, instead of political, it is a matter of patriotism).
Oh! And if I am in his place, I will do the same, so I am not against the Amir decision; in place of opposing I rather admire his decision (as well as him because of it).
Mobashir Hasan, the head of Pakistan’s Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC), confirms that, Yes, it’s true, the board unanimously decided to skip the two scenes of the movie.
And when he asked why is needed to be cut the Indian flag and anthem, Hasan replies- The decision is the corporate wisdom of the board. Furthermore, he added, now the decision of releasing it or not all depends on the local distributor and Geo Films.
Aamir spokesperson told, after the demand, Aamir has made up his mind to not release the movie in Pakistan, with saying that, it was crucial to the spirit of the film to demanding the scenes cuts.
‘Dangal’ is a movie based on the real-life story of wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat, who trains his own daughters to become wrestling champions in the future just like the movie story says.
The movie gains the strong love of Indian audiences, and it’s proved when movie cross 385 crore collection in the country.
Well, whatever the reason behind Pakistan’s Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) demand, it’s still unreasonable to demanding cut the scenes.