Indian films have been boycotted by the exhibitors’ association of Pakistan Post the Air Strikes By India On their on the terror training camp. Moreover they have warned the artist to not be a part of any advertisements that are made in India. Fawad Chaudhry, Information and Broadcasting Minister of Pakistan declared on Tuesday reported a blacklist of Indian films and also “Made in India” commercials in the nation. Chaudhry tweeted that Indian content has been banned by the Cinema Exhibitors Association; there will be no release of Indian films in Pakistan. Additionally they have advised the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) to take action against ‘Made in India’ commercials.
The decision is the result of the air strikes by the Indian Air Force done on Jaish-e-Mohammed’s largest terror camp in Balakot in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa territory in the early hours of Tuesday in countering to the February 14 assault in Jammu, Pulwama and Kashmir, which had killed 40 Indian CRPF troopers. Chairman of All Pakistan Exhibitors Association, Zoraiz Lashari explained that owing to the circumstances, and in solidarity with the legislature, the film exhibitors’ association has volunteered to concentrate on neighborhood content till standardization of the present circumstance in the district. Post the Pulwama attacks that happened on February 14 that murdered 44 CRPF individuals, the All Indian Cine Workers Association reported an absolute restriction on Pakistani artists and actors. Makers upheld up the choice with declarations that films like Lukka Chuppi, Total Dhamaal, Arjun Patiala and Milan Talkies won’t be released in Pakistan.