Thursday, October 02, 2014 12:08 IST
Shahid kapoor-starrer Haider has apparently been put on indefinite hold in Pakistan according to a report by The Express Tribune, with local distributors citing depiction of Kashmir in the film as a cause for concern.
"Since Haider is set in Kashmir and revolves around a controversial topic, we won't be importing the film as yet.
This certainly does not mean that the film won't be releasing in Pakistan," chairman of IMGC Entertainment, Amjad Rasheed, told the paper. "We will wait for the film to release internationally and analyse its theme before rendering it suitable for Pakistani audiences," he added.
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