Resham’s Swaarangi banned by Pakistan’s central censor board

KARACHI: Pakistani film Swaarangi which was good to go to discharge on September 11 has been banned by Pakistan’s Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).

A board chose that the film can’t be screened in its present structure for open review,” Chariman CBFC, Mobashir Hasan told The Express Tribune.

Taking into account genuine occasions, Swaaraangi has been coordinated by Fida Hussain and shot in far off areas close Kalabagh, Punjab. The storyline highlights the predicament of medication addicts in Pakistan.

While the CBFC executive did not go into subtle elements, gossip has it that the Resham-starrer has been banned for speaking to a “wrong” picture of Pakistan. Then again, none of the CBFC authorities could affirm this.

The choice was made by a board of the CBFC and later a full-executive meeting was called to reexamine the choice in the vicinity of a broadened 11-part board.

All films in the Islamabad Capital Territory and cantonments around the nation fall inside of the CBFC’s ambit. Silver screens in different parts of Pakistan will get accreditation orders from their particular common blue pencil sheets.

Other than Resham, the film stars Ayub Khosa, Naveed Akbar, Waseem Manzoor, Hamza Mushtaq and Shahzaib Johar.

It was at first slated to discharge on August 28, yet was later pushed to September 11.

With a set number of screens in the nation, and the high number of nearby discharges, it would have been extremely hard to suit Swaarangi in theaters on its starting discharge date,” a press discharge issued before had expressed.

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