Consequences of Missing Censorship in Pakistan
The chaotic situation in Pakistan is a topic that surfaces more often at the moment, especially with the parliament elections. But the cinema industry of the country suffers hugely, as well. Who is interested in films when the country has much bigger problems, you could ask, but the treatment of the film sector is just one example for a situation that affects many aspects of daily life in such times. As we reported a while ago, the censor's office was closed because of corruption and abuse of power.
Instead, the ministry of internal affairs wanted to take over and give films the required rating. However, they seem to ignore this task for some time now and so films that were already bought by Pakistani distributors cannot be shown in cinemas. As TheNews.com reports, an entire month has gone by and none of the imported films was rated during that time.
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