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Alia Bhatt

Pakistan film producers will approach Imran Khan for ban on Indian movies

Here’s what’s happening across the border: Supreme Court Chief Justice says he would have been a clerk if there were no Pakistan; and former Pakistan minister refutes US claim on country’s China debt. Film Producers Association of Pakistan demands ban on release of Indian movies  The Pakistan Film Producers Association (PFPA) will ask the country’s government to ban the release of all Indian films. The association has also submitted a similar plea in the Lahore High Court, reported The Express Tribune. “If Indian stakeholders and organisations can take a stand and do everything for the welfare of their industry, then why can’t we?” PFPA member Chaudhry Ejaz Kamran was quoted as saying, “They have banned our artistes and films in the past, so what’s stopping us?” The body is writing to Prime Minister Imran Khan with an appeal to “take a final decision on the matter”. Kamran was quoted as saying that they were seeking the ban to ensure Bollywood movies did...

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