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Pakistani film industry News

  • | December 19th, 2012

    Bharat Ratna for Dilip Kumar?

    Bharat Ratna for Dilip Kumar?

    Cineswami tells us about filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt’s petition to the government for considering veteran actor Dilip Kumar for India’s highest civilian honour
    Indian acting legend Dilip Kumar, 90, might get a Bharat Ratna if Mahesh Bhatt has his way. Not used to being out of the limelight for long, the loudmouthed Bhatt is finally employing his considerable energies for a good cause. Click here to read more

  • | June 27th, 2012

    Ban Bollywood, says Pakistani film industry!

    Ban Bollywood, says Pakistani film industry!

    Bollywood films were described as promoters of vulgarity and screening them was termed unlawful
    India’s dominant film industry, Bollywood, is popular in Pakistan. If films are not released there, they are pirated widely. Hindi cinema actors, right from Dilip Kumar to Amitabh Bachchan to Shahrukh, Aamir and Salman Khan, and Madhubala to Katrina Kaif, have fans across the border. This has affected the business, if any, of the Pakistani film industry. In a statement released at a Lahore press conference held by the newly formed Central Convening Committee, the Pakistani film industry’s main body, a complete ban on Indian films in Pakistan cinema theatres was called for. Click here to read more

  • | September 29th, 2011

    CM Prithviraj Chavan to Pak: Don’t ban Bollywood

    CM Prithviraj Chavan to Pak: Don’t ban Bollywood

    The neighbouring country’s film industry had recently called for a ban on Bollywood
    At a Lahore press conference held by the newly formed Central Convening Committee of the Pakistan film industry, prominent actors and filmmakers had called for a ban on Bollywood. The members of Lollywood, as Lahore’s film industry is known, accused the government of facilitating the release of Hindi films in screens across the country. This affected the local industry, as the films were not being watched, they argued. Click here to read more