Syed Noor and Indian films

Published May 26, 2013 05:45am

Everybody knows about film director and producer Syed Noor’s views on Indian films being screened in Pakistan. Lately his protesting voice had become a little less audible. Worry not: he’s back on track.

The director has requested the government of Pakistan to check the screening of Indian films on this Eid-ul-Fitr. According to a report, no less than seven Pakistani films are going to hit the cinema screens on Eid which is why the director wants Indian films to be stopped from showing so that Pakistani films could perform better.

Interesting, isn’t it? What about English films? Just a thought!

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