No Indian movie on Eid-ul-Fitr

The federal minister for culture Tuesday said that Indian films would not be given permission for exhibition on Eid.


July 27, 2010

Federal Minister for Culture Pir Aftab Hussain Shah Jilani said on Tuesday that Indian films would not be given permission for exhibition in Pakistan on Eid-ul-Fitr.

While talking to the media during his visit to Lahore, he said the government is serious in resolving the problems of the Pakistani film industry and many positive steps would be taken soon.

The minister said the representatives of the industry had shared all their problems with him, including establishment of a modern film processing lab, policy on the exhibition of Indian films in Pakistan and the tax on material related to films.

He said that the film industry would be given the status of industry this week.

Jilani further said the government would be requested to increase the budget of the film industry.

COMMENTS (6)

talha | 11 years ago | Reply let us try to make good movies and learn from the indian movies. May God bless us.
Anoop | 11 years ago | Reply Too bad, Salman's Dabaang is releasing on Eid. @Asif, What Pakistani content? Who will watch the 2 or 3 B or C grade movies Pakistan releases every year? Even Pakistanis dont watch it, forget about Indians.
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