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Dishoom gets banned in Pakistan, Varun Dhawan shows disappointment through his tweet

Here comes a bad news for the lovers of yesterday released action-adventure thriller Dishoom. Varun Dhawan and John Abraham starrer film has been banned in Pakistan. This is not the first film which Pakistan refused to release.


Dishoom takes a flying start at the box office with Rs 11.05 crore on its first day

Related: Dishoom movie review featuring Varun Dhawan and John Abraham

Directed by Rohit Dhawan, Dishoom is a clear cut masala entertainer which is based on 36 hours of a mission to find out a lost Indian cricketer, who has been kidnapped by a mad fan just before the final match between arch rivals India and Pakistan.

Varun and John are playing the role of police officers, who has the responsibility to anyhow find the star cricketer in 36 hours. Dishoom is a complete family entertainer and receiving a thunderous response from the audience.

Varun Dhawan felt the big disappointment of this decision of Pakistani government. He shows off her sadness through his tweets. He took to his official Twitter handle and said, Really upset that #Dishoom is banned in Pakistan. I Don’t think the film eventually shows any country in a bad light. It’s a wrong decision.

Before this tweet, Varun also mentioned in his earlier tweet that the film shows a very positive representation. In Fact, what we are trying to show that for certain people money is their religion. It’s not like being an Indian, Pakistani, Hindu, Muslim or any other region, Varun wrote in his tweet.

Meanwhile, this banning of Dishoom in Pakistan would eventually result in certain losses for the producers as Pakistan is a big market for Bollywood films. Recently released Salman Khan starrer Sultan has broken all the previous box office records with the shattering response.

Earlier to this, So many Bollywood movies like Phantom (2015), Ek Tha Tiger (2012) and My Name is Khan (2010) didn’t get the Pakistani government’s nod to release the film in the country.

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