Aamir Khan’s yet to released, ‘Dangal’ will not be release in Pakistan. In spite of the announcement by the cinema owners of removing the ban and to start showing the Bollywood movies.
Bollywood movies was banned by the local cinemas in a response to Uri attack in India and cross-border firing, on September 18.
More than one hundred people lost their job and the cinema owner suffered a loss of Rs. 150 million during the ban.
The decision to ban Bollywood movies backfired the cinema owners and resulted a bad impact on the business.
After lifting the ban, the owner want to restore the crowd in the halls by screening Bollywood movies.
As a result Aamir’s film on desi-wrestling was to be shown in Pakistan. But, a spokesperson at the distribution of the films in Pakistan confirmed that Dangal will not be released in Pakistan and this is for sure and any information besides is wrong.
The movie is set to release on December 23 in India and already overhyped on the electronic and social media.
Dangal is a biographical movie about the wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat and the struggle of his daughters, Geeta Phogat and Babita Kumari, in the carrier of wrestling. Aamir has taken the role of Phogal who is the coach of her own daughters.