Recently, Shamoon Abbasi’s latest movie ‘Durj’ was not cleared by the federal censor board and it became the talk of the town.
A number of netizens raised their voices against the decision of the board and said that there might be a personal agenda on banning the film in the region.
Soon after, the gorgeous Pakistani diva Sanam also raised her voice against the ban and tweeted that there is no point in banning a local film in the country.
Why are films like #Durj Banned. If Hollywood films with all their sexual innuendos and violence and dark topics can play in our cinemas then why can’t our independent out of the box films like Durj be played??
While talking about the issue, Shamoon Abbasi said:
We never wanted to glorify cannibalism. It [has] a storyline, and in the film, we researched the mindset of these people and we tried to get at the root cause and the thought process so that others can understand how they think and act. It’s a very sensitive film with no blood or gore, it’s not the type of film to be banned outright as such, so I am not sure what happened.
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