Rishi Kapoor has talked against the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA)

Rishi Kapoor has talked against the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) after it upheld a sweeping restriction on Indian substance in Pakistan. The veteran performing artist thinks about how illicit Indian film DVDs will be banned there.

“Think. PEMRA Bandh karwaya Indian substance apne channels aur theaters mein! Zara bandh kar ke dikha unlawful DVDs Indian movies ke? (PEMRA, you have closed down Indian substance from channels and theaters. Attempt to boycott the illicit Indian film DVDs?)” Rishi tweeted on Monday night.

“PEMRA Jhagda siyasati aur government officials ka hai. Dil ki baaton standard pabandiyan lagana galat hai. Hamara bhi jhagda ye hello hai yahaan. Simply chill (PEMRA, the battle is political. Banning matters of the heart isn’t right. We too are battling for a similar thing here.)”

The 64-year-old star said the multiplex business in Pakistan could endure without demonstrating Indian substance.

“PEMRA. Pakistan has around 85/100 multiplexes and on the off chance that they don’t have substance to display, think what amount of misfortune is brought about? Why rebuff them? Can comprehend your automatic response of banning Indian substance. Be that as it may, asliyat to Ye hai dono mulk wrongfully dekh rahe hain. Sochna (in all actuality both nations are watching the substance wrongfully. Think),” he said.

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