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Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 faces ban in Pakistan
Pakistan is often witnessed putting a ban on Bollywood movies due to a number of reasons. Movies from across the experience bans when they contain content against the armed forces of Pakistan or are against the integrity of the nation. We have also seen bans on movies due to the bold scenes in the movies.
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The movie ‘Kya Kool Hain Hum 3’ also faces a ban in the country after Mobashir Hasan, chief of Central Board for Film Certification said this,
“The film is full of nudity and has a lot of vulgar content in its dialogues. The board has officially disallowed the film from public viewing.”
The decision was taken a few days earlier and might be a set back as we see Aftab Shivdasani and Tusshar Kapoor after a bit of time in a movie. The movie saw quite alot of business in the country but this ends their journey here and the movie is no longer being screened in cinemas.
The chief of Central Board for Film Certification further added that, “We have issued a showcause notice to the distributor and he faces a hefty fine for importing this film and selling it to some exhibitors without first going through proper channels.”