After IAF's Air Strike, Pak Boycotts Indian Movies And Ads

By - February 27, 2019 - 10:16 AM IST

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It looks like Pakistan has started to roll out the consequences for Indian Air Force's air strike on three terror camps in their country on February 26th early morning. As an aftermath to our strike, Pakistan Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhary said that the exhibitors will be boycotting Indian films and 'Made in India' advertisements.

Mr Chaudhary on Tuesday tweeted: "Cinema Exhibitors Association has boycotted Indian content, no Indian Movie ll be released in Pakistan. Also, have instructed PEMRA to act against Made in India Advertisements." After the Jaish-e-Mohammed group attacked CRPF jawans in Pulwama, Indian star actor Ajay Devgan said that his film 'Total Dhamaal' won't release in Pakistan and 'Lukka Chuppi' director Dinesh Vijan also announced that he had cancelled the film's contract with distributors in Pakistan.

On another hand, The All India Cine Workers Association has declared the ban on Pakistani actors in our country and in our films.

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