Banning of Indian films in Pakistan will lead to Piracy

Owners of Pakistan cinema halls on banning Pakistani actors in India and banning Indian films in Pakistan, it can even raise the chances of Piracy. According to the report, 'Last week, Pakistani cinemas declared an indefinite ban on the screening of Indian movies following the Indian Film Association's ban on Pakistani talent in Bollywood. GM of Super Cinema in Lahore, Khorem Gultasab said that 50-60 percent of the revenue generation in Pakistani cinemas came from Bollywood movies. He said that but the decision wa taken to 'show solidarity with our army and our Pakistani actors'. For Bollywood, Pakistan in 3rd Biggest Market. In Cinema halls, Along with news films, old Pakistan films are also shown. But Gulatsab said that Pakistani Cinema will not be able to keep his identity on his own. Most Pakistani films are not able to stick in theatres for more than a week and successful films are there in theatres for two weeks. He told that last year 15 Pakistani films were released. THis year till now only 6 films are released, of which three are the flop. Gultasab said, 'Pakistan and India are the neighbour and will always be the neighbour, Both are not going anywhere. if they cannot be frriends then they need to learn how to live together.' He hopes that soon ban over Hindi films will be removed. Nadeem Mandviwalla, owner of Atrium Cinema in Karachi and Centaurus cinema, said that with the ban of Indian films, business will face loss. By this Piracy will win. Pink, Baar Baar Dekho and Mohenjo Daro were playing at Cinepax before they were removed. And Mirzya and Shivaay won't be released. You may also know : Amitabh Bachchan on Banning Pakistan Artists Upcoming movies List