Published: Sun, March 04, 2018
Technology | By Russell Knight

The Very First Audience Movie Reviews Of Anushka Sharma's Pari Are Here!

The Very First Audience Movie Reviews Of Anushka Sharma's Pari Are Here!

The post read, "We have just been informed that Pari has been banned by the Central Board of Film Censors (CFBC), Pakistan".

Anushka Sharma's much awaited horror flick Pari banned in Pakistan for "promoting anti-Muslim sentiments and non-Islamic values", reported The Express Tribune.

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The Chairman Central Board of Film Censors Islamabad, Mobashir Hasan, made the announcement through his twitter account. They said, Black magic was promoted in the film, which is against our religion. The film is produced by Anushka's Clean Slate Films and Action Entertainment.

Anushka has been actively promoting the film on social media, with lots of support from her beau Virat Kohli.

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Pari, which is directed by Prosit Roy, hit the theatres on Friday but Kohli is said to have watched the film along with Anushka's family at a special screening in Mumbai. However, the storyline as per the Censor Board go against the Islamic values. The concepts within Islam have different ideologies about magic. According to ANI News, Indian Motion Pictures Producers' Association has refused to withdraw its ban on Pakistani artists working in India. The country banned the release of Akshay Kumar's "PadMan" last month, a film on menstrual hygiene starring Akshay Kumar and Radhika Apte.

This isn't the first time that a film is getting banned in Pakistan.

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