Salman Khan’s Tubelight not to have Eid release in Pakistan

Salman Khan’stubelight salman The much-anticipated film Salman Khan, Tubelight, has already received a lot of attention. And as the whole nation is Tubelight salmaneagerly waiting to see the movie, near Pakistan, you do not get to see the movie on Eid Salman.


Tubelight could not throw around Eid in Pakistan, as some directors and local organizations have asked for the film’s release to be put on hold.


The Pakistan Film Distributors Association and the Pakistan Film Producers Association.

Along with several local filmmakers are actively trying to block the release of Tubelight, citing a better deal for Pakistani film lines to launch simultaneously. According to the demonstrators, as decided by the Federal Ministry of Informatics in 2010, the release of an Indian film in an Islamic party in Pakistan is forbidden.

Indian films dominate our stand throughout the year. Eid is just that – it’s a Muslim festival – it should not be. In addition, like the Pakistani, we must support the local content at the outset, “said Sohail Khan, producer of” Shor sharaba “. “Shor Sharaba” should be released in Eidul Fitr and if the government does not block , I will not launch my movie as a protest, “he said.

They held a meeting here where it was decided that the entire Pakistan film industry – even their technical members and others less important – will join the protest aimed at halting “Tubelight” leaving the Eid. “It was decided that all actors involved in the cinematography industry will support Pakistani Pakistani films should be launched in Eidul Fitr,” Altaf Hussain confirmed the director. Actor Mustafa Qureshi said the government should always give priority to local projects. The ministry was tasked with stopping the release of “Tubelight” and Vidya Balan “Begum Jaan” in advance. Directed by Kabir Khan, also features Chinese actress Zhu Zhu.

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