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Pakistani film distributors appeal for Tere Bin Laden

 
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Film exhibitors as well as the distributors from Karachi have gone ahead and filed a petition with the PCB or the Pakistani Censor Board so that the Indian film Tere Bin Laden can be released in Pakistan. The movie is banned all over Pakistan for panic of terrorist attacks.

The film, was released in India on the July 16. This movie also debuts Pakistani pop star Ali Zafar. He enacts the role of as an over-ambitious TV reporter, who uses the lookalike of the Al Qaeda chief Osama so as to get into USA.

Nadeem Mandviwalla, official distributor of movies in Pakistan says that they have all filed an appeal with the Appellant Board of the Censor Board; however the Appellant Board of the Censor Board has withheld its decision till the next week.

Nadeem Mandviwalla also adds that in case the movie isn"t released in Pakistan, the movie distributors would get a big blow, since pirated copies would dominate the market.

The Pak Censor board hasn"t yet given a clean chit to the film.

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