Top Pakistani actress Mahira Khan is a popular name across the border. Although the film is still awaiting a go-ahead from the Sindh Censor Board, it may be exhibited to the public today. She has an incredible work to her credit and a huge fan following.
The film was released on November 17 in United Kingdom and the U.S., as promised, however, the Sindh Censor Board took some time and eventually issued the certificate earlier the morning of the scheduled release.More news: Women become first Nigerian qualifiers, African bobsledders at Winter Games
Though the film is all about crimes against women, and it seems to be a pro-democracy, yet it was temporarily banned on the basis of "mature content" and presenting politicians of the country in a "negative light".
Reportedly, the filmmaker has filed an appeal, and the decision to release the film in the country is still pending.More news: How Does Advance Auto Parts, Inc. (AAP) Stack Up Right Now?
Amidst all the controversies surrounding the Mahira Khan and Haroon Shahid starrer Verna, there's finally a ray of hope.
No word from the Punjab Censor Board had been given to the producers making them lose all prime time shows of the film for November 17. "In this game of power - we will always win".More news: Setback for Sharad Yadav: Election Commission calls Nitish-led group real JD(U)
Deepika Padukone's upcoming film Padmavati, scheduled to release on December 1, is facing severe opposition from the members of the Rajput Karni Sena, who have alleged that the film distorts historical facts.
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