Posted: 13 April 2016 at 10:04am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Aweeecute
Originally posted by Sweet_Desires
Originally posted by shanky1
I never understood people's logic.
Are Hindus & people of other religion not human beings??
Because of these extreme regulationsonly we have too much of violence, fights, bomb blasts on the name of religion.
If2 people fall in love it is their life and their families who are involved.
What has the society to do with it.
Don't marry Hindu, don't marry Christian seriously too much.
This topic will get closed from here.
<div>TM was talking about banning films, where did extremism come from? If a country puts a ban on some kind of films that will be in accordance to the norms and cultures of that society. Even though PK showed a Pakistani in good light but that that didn't change the fact that that guy was a Muslim marrying a Hindu, which is prohibited in Islam.
And Pakistani films are not released in India...despite the fact that a major chunk of Bollywood film business comes from across the border.
i dont any support any ban
if india bans the movie than also its wrong.
but the thing is bollywood movies are popular in pak
but no one cares about lollywood movies in india. except bol
so why will distributers buy lollywood movies when they will suffer huge loss.
Bol did release because eros was distributing it.
So, what's the big deal if a censor board banned an Indian movie. Every country has a right to it. Bollywood is getting business from Pakistan despite being banned or not.
And for your info..first get your facts right. PK was CENSORED not banned, which means some sex scenes and some matam scenes were censored. The film did release in Pakistan.
About Ranjhana, the censor board thought that it might offend the Muslim majority due to it's content..that's why they banned it.
But it seems like you are hell bent on deliberately creating a rift between Muslims and Hindus...nice gimmick btw.