Aamir Khan Refused to release Dangal in Pakistan without Indian National Anthem

Two-sided ties with Pakistan might be stressed post the Uri assault in September a year ago, however our neighbor’s affection for Bollywood is untarnished. Notwithstanding the enormous fame of our movies over the outskirt, Aamir Khan won’t discharge his Dangal in Pakistan. The performing artist’s representative affirmed the news to popular news site and said that the choice to not screen Dangal in Pakistan was taken early a week ago.

At the point when Pakistani film distributers moved toward Aamir, he was glad to discharge the film in Pakistan, until their control board made their very own few requests. The Pakistan blue pencil board needed the scene with the Indian banner and the national song of devotion to be cut from Dangal, yet Aamir put his foot down. He couldn’t perceive any reason why the scenes ought to be expelled, given that the film had no reference to Pakistan and the scenes were not jingoistic, but rather a essential piece of the script.

Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, Dangal is the account of Haryanvi wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat, and his strugle to prepare his little girls Geeta Phogat and Babita Kumari to wind up plainly title holders in the game, in the midst of restriction from a patriarchal society.