CBFC clears ‘Gully Boy’ for release in Pakistan
The Punjab Film Censor Board has cleared two up and coming Bollywood films – to be specific Gully Boy and Kala Shah Kala – for discharge in films over the area. The two movies were discharged on Thursday, February 14.
Other than this, the Sindh Film Censor Board, just as the Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC), has given Gully Boy and Kala Shah Kala. According to a discourse with an authority from the Distribution Club, the movies will together possess up to 90 film screens crosswise over Pakistan.
An individual from the Punjab Film Censor Board uncovered that the choice was made collectively after the whole advisory group viewed the two movies together. The insider further uncovered that the council individuals had no complaints to the substance of Gully Boy or Kala Shah Kala as none of the exchanges or scenes conflict with their approaches. Thus, they have given both the movies a Universal rating, as have the Sindh Film Censor Board and the CBFC.
Ravine Boy is a joint generation between Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara executive Zoya Akhtar, her sibling, on-screen character Farhan Akhtar, and maker Ritesh Sidhwani. Zoya has coordinated the undertaking, which stars Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Kalki Koechlin, Vijay Raaz, Sheeba Chaddha and numerous others. It delineates the voyage of a road rapper who ascends from the ghettos of Mumbai in spite of various diverse obstacles that come in his direction.
“We are expecting a good response to both Gully Boy and Kala Shah Kala as they are both releasing on Valentine’s Day, “It is also our good fortune that the films are releasing at a time when there is no local and no other major international film releasing. The ones that came out earlier have already done their business.”