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Central Board of Film Censors News

  • | October 3rd, 2014

    After Salman Khan’s Ek Tha Tiger and Saif Ali Khan’s Agent Vinod, Shahid Kapoor’s Haider to be banned in Pakistan?

    After Salman Khan’s Ek Tha Tiger and Saif Ali Khan’s Agent Vinod, Shahid Kapoor’s Haider to be banned in Pakistan?

    Vishal Bhardwaj’s latest Shakespeare adaptation seem to be creating a rift in the neighbouring state of Pakistan. Read on to find out why…
    Amid reports that Vishal Bhardwaj’s Kashmir-based drama Haider may not get a release, the Pakistan’s censor board today said that the film is Click here to read more

  • | July 4th, 2013

    Why is Raanjhanaa banned in Pakistan?

    Why is Raanjhanaa banned in Pakistan?

    Though the Sonam Kapoor-Dhanush starrer is minting good money at the box office in India and overseas, the romcom cannot be shown across the border, banned by the Pakistani Central Board of Film Censors. Why?
    This isn’t the first time that the Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) of Pakistan has banned the release of a Bollywood movie in their country for ‘anti-Pakistan’ sentiments – some recent examples include Salman Khan’s Ek Tha Tiger and Saif Ali Khan’s Agent Vinod. Now Aanand L Rai’s romcom Raanjhanaa Click here to read more

  • | July 11th, 2012

    Why is Pakistan blocking Salman Khan?

    Why is Pakistan blocking Salman Khan?

    Pakistan has warned its cable operators against screening promos of the upcoming Salman Khan-starrer Ek Tha Tiger, saying that the film is aimed at tarnishing the image of its intelligence agency ISI
    Set for world release on August 15, the Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif movie Ek Tha Tiger is loosely based on the activities of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). The film sees Salman play a RAW agent who is sent to Pakistan to keep an eye on the activities of a college professor who is suspected of selling missile technology secrets to that country. Click here to read more