A blame-India movie wows Pakistanis but irks some
A man rides an escalator past posters of the movie Waar at the Atrium cinemas in Karachi. Militants overrun a Pakistani police academy and kill 100 officers. An Indian spy and her accomplice waltz in a glitzy flat in Islamabad to celebrate the success ...
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Speak Asia scam funded movie dream
NEW DELHI: Ram Sumiran Pal was an amazing speaker with a knack of convincing people to do what he asked of them. He walked with a dozen bodyguards. Even the smallest meeting was held in a five star hotel and his seminars would be jam-packed.
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ANALYSIS: Agent Vinod's fantasy of India and Pakistan —Ajaz Ashraf
The question to ask is: would India have allowed the screening of a Pakistani film in which RAW had been shown divided between the hawks and doves? Bollywood kitsch has the remarkable quality of expressing the subconscious thoughts of Indian viewers, ...
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Revival of Cinema: 'Screening of Bollywood movies a temporary measure'
PHOTO:FILE ISLAMABAD: With major Pakistani productions few and far in between, screening of Indian movies in Pakistan have become a temporary guardian angel for the local cinema industry, Chairman Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) said on Thursday.
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