Members of the Pakistan Punjab movie Censor Board denied screening of the Bollywood movie Padman and refused to give a clearance certificate to the movie.
In line with the participants, taboo field films might not be allowed screening in cinemas. Federal Censor Board additionally denied issuing a NOC to the film and announced a ban on Padman in all cinemas throughout the nation.
Then again, film distributors have been additionally criticised by means of the nearby movie producers on purchasing Indian films that are “ruining Islamic traditions, history, and culture.”
In view to, a former actor now grew to become producer Twinkle Khanna’s movie Padman will not be screened in Pakistan. The board contributors even refused to observe the film on request from the distributors.
Taboo Kind of Topic
A source from the Punjab movie Censor Board stated that all of the members have been hesitant to look at this movie of Akshay Kumar as its content related to ladies’ menstruation hygiene.
A senior journalist from Pakistan, when requested about her personal opinion on denial of NOC, said, “good, you understand how the mentality is in our Asian guys in the direction of durations and they don’t wish to speak about this because it’s a taboo. Regrettably.”
According To Benazir Mir Sarmad Tweet, the Censor Board Even Refuse to watch the film:
So @mrsfunnybones’s film #Padman will not release in #Pakistan. The Punjab Film Censor board members didn't even watch the film as it discusses a taboo subject like women’s menstruation hygiene. reports ET
— Benazir Mir Samad (@BenazirMirSamad) February 10, 2018
On the other hand, according to Times Now India, Padman is the Akshay Kumar’s Lowest Opener in the past three years. But According to Taran Adarsh, it is quite a decent start.
#PadMan has a DECENT start… Fri ₹ 10.26 cr… The biz, expectedly, picked up towards evening/night shows… The journey ahead is crucial… Sat + Sun should witness strong growth for a good weekend total… India biz.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) February 10, 2018
“Earlier there was a drawback with Padmaavat and the participants are facing criticism on issuing it a certificate. In such occasions, we cannot allow a movie whose title, field and story usually are not appropriate but in our society.
Censor Board also raised objections on the scenes and dialogues of the movies which might be very sensitive,” said a senior member of Punjab film Censor Board.
Twitter Out Leash
Many People in Pakistan are Utterly Disappointed by its Ban and showed their Anger on Twitter.
🙁 I was looking forward to watch #Padman but it's sad to find out the film is banned in Pakistan. Utterly disappointed to see we still find period as a taboo subject. @akshaykumar thankyou for this movie based on Arunachalam Muruganantham's activism for menstrual hygiene.
— Maleeha Mengal (@MaleehaMengal) February 10, 2018
It’s Valentine’s Day week, however greater than the Rose Day, Chocolate Day and the likes, it’s the #PadManChallenge that has taken social media by storm.
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