Batting for the other side? Pakistan bans film depicting batsman going missing in the ME

Published August 3rd, 2016 - 08:39 GMT
"Dishoom" revolves around India's top batsman, who goes missing in the Middle East. (YouTube)
"Dishoom" revolves around India's top batsman, who goes missing in the Middle East. (YouTube)

Director Rohit Dhawan's latest film "Dishoom" has been banned in Pakistan, and its actor Varun Dhawan is upset as he believes the Bollywood movie doesn't show any country in a bad light.

Varun, who is seen playing a rookie police officer named Junaid Ansari, took to Twitter on Saturday where he showed disagreement on the "wrong decision" of banning the film.

"Dishoom", which released on Friday, revolves around India's top batsman, who goes missing in the Middle East and two police officials from either side of the Arabian Sea team up for a 36-hour manhunt.

The film also stars John Abraham and Jacqueline Fernandez.


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