Inside days of lifting a purposeful restriction on Indian movies, Pakistani exhibitors were informed on Monday that Shah Rukh Khan’s quite anticipated Raees won’t be release in the nation as it delineates Islam in a negative light.The Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) said the film, which is the Bollywood presentation of Pakistani performing artist Mahira Khan, won’t be cleared for release in view of its “questionable” substance, the media reported.

An anonymous authority was cited by The Express Tribune as saying: “Attributable to inconspicuous depiction of Muslims as culprits, rough and psychological militants, the proposals sent by the CBFC board considered the film unacceptable for open screening.
The official included, “We couldn’t issue an authentication on the grounds that the film depicts Islam and a specific Muslim organization in a negative light.Most individuals from the blue pencil leading group of Punjab area protested the film’s discharge, an authority of the board said.
The film was checked on a week ago by the edit sheets of Punjab and Sindh provinces.The boycott forced by Pakistani exhibitors on Bollywood movies finished on February 1, when Karachi’s Atrium Cinemas screened Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil. The data service and CBFC additionally cleared Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil for screening in the country.
The arrival of Raees and Kaabil had keep running into unpleasant climate as a result of India-Pakistan pressures. Pakistani on-screen characters and professionals were banned from working in Bollywood preparations by the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association after the dread assault on an armed force camp at Uri in Kashmir last year.
Pakistani film wholesalers struck back by forcing a casual prohibition on the screening of Indian movies.Mahira Khan was not able promote Raees in India.