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Shamoon Abbasi Appeals to PM Khan to lift ban on Durj

We reported earlier that Shamoon Abbasi’s directorial venture, Durj did not get clearance from the Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) just a few days ahead of its Pakistani release on October 18, even though the Punjab and Sindh censor boards cleared it.

According to the actor and director, the world censor boards has given 14A certification to the suspense thriller, which explains that the film is viewable for kids above 13.“We would like to address the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan to look into the matter and help us through the process of obtaining a clearance certificate from Islamabad censor board, as Punjab and Sindh boards cleared the film previously and issued certificates,” Abbasi wrote on his official Twitter handle.

He further went on to add that he is not sure why the film has been banned as it is not vulgar and neither does it contain gruesome scenes.

In a recent turn of events, the filmmaker has appealed to the CBFC to review the film with new panel of judges/analysts claiming that they will follow the instructions given by the new panel and remove any unsuitable footage.

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