Top 10 Bollywood Movies Banned In Pakistan

Top 10 Bollywood Movies Banned In Pakistan Hindi Article

1. Tere Bin Laden 


The film had a rib-tickling depiction of Osama Bin Laden, which stays not to be the dearests of Pakistan Censor Board. Unfortunately, the film never released in Pakistan.

2. ‘David’


The movie from Bejoy Nambiar was unsuccessful to get the permission from Pakistan Censor Board as they sensed that the flick is not appropriate content for the Lahore population or public from other portions of the country.

3. ‘Lahore’


The movie had plainly dialogues and acts in it that seemed offensive before the Censor board, henceforth failed to be screened in Pakistan. Fundamentally, it was not the situation as the movie has definite sports and kickboxing base, still it was barred across the border.

4. Agent Vinod


The movie barred for understandable explanations, for instance, Saif Ali Khan was frolicking the agent character from Indian intelligence.The primary motive of the ban was the act of Pakistan administration supporting Taliban.

5. Chennai Express


Not banned actually, it was Eid time in the country, and they had many releases. The flick was at last out later that year.

6. The Dirty Picture


The motion picture was prohibited for having numerous bold scenes by Vidya Balan while playing the personality of Silk Smitha. The Censor Board from Pakistan purely declined the same.

7. ‘Khiladi 786’


The number 786 is measured to be holy by the Muslim community which the nation demanded that it can upset the public there. Hence, it was banned.

8. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag


The movie was barred in Pakistan for the particular section that shows the characters criticizing the Pakistanis. Though, later the film was cleared by the Pakistan Censor Board.

9. ‘Ek Tha Tiger’


This movie was barred for depicting Katrina Kaif as a Pakistani agent falling in affection with an Indian detective. Such films not shown in Pakistan are measured to be the ones in contradiction of the public interest.

10. ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’


This movie at first was barred in Pakistan for having particular acts of Kashmir and Pakistani men presence in establishing grenades in the valley. Thankfully, the creators of the picture were able to persuade the Pakistani authorities, which lastly gave the originators a sincere welcome from the nation by getting a red carpet opening in Karachi.