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Hamza Ali Abbasi’s Stance on PadMan Stirs Social Media Debate
Only a couple of days ago, Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar’s latest venture PadMan – a film propagating awareness of menstrual hygiene – was reported to have been banned here in Pakistan.
As indicated by individuals from the censor board, films on “taboo” topics, for example, menstruation should not be allowed to be viewed in the country. Truth be told, the Federal Censor Board additionally denied issuing a NOC to PadMan and has declared it to be restricted from cinemas all over.
Sanam Saeed and Armeena Khan as of late voiced their suppositions on the rumoured ban on the movie. Joining the temporary fad, Hamza Ali Abbasi likewise lent his help the Akshay starrer.
Taking to Twitter, the Mann Mayal star expressed, So our Censor Board permitted Padmaavat which portrays Sultan Allaudin Khilji as a nymphomaniac brute and restricted #Padman which gives genuinely necessary mindfulness about menstrual cleanliness! I am known as a wannabe Mullah and even I think that it pathetic.
So our Censor Board allowed Padmavat which portrays Sultan Allaudin Khilji as a nymphomaniac barbarian & banned #Padman which gives much needed awareness abt menstrual hygiene! I am known as a wannabe Mullah & even i find it pathetic… Grow up Censor Board!
— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) February 13, 2018
“Grow up Censor Board!” he included.
Not surprisingly, his two pennies on the issue mixed a social media debate.
Do you think the area of ladies needing mindfulness are cinema goers and can afford of tickets to the movie? Ladies who require a mindfulness are for the most part from that class where their only worry is to manage food! First please make sure they have basic amenities of life! By the way very faltering tweet by you! kept in touch with one client.
Another twitter client discussed the supposed feel of religion. This mindfulness can be spread by some different means as well. Job Islam main kuch cheezon ko concealed rakhne ka hukm hai tou wo shrouded hey rehni chahiyen, (If a theme is disapproved of on Islam, at that point it should remain covered up).
The thing is not about portraying Sultan Alauddin. The thing is that our Censor Board bans each movie which spreads mindfulness that is genuinely necessary in our society! Indeed, even #Verna was restricted and now #PadMan, said another one.
Calling it a ‘lady’s private issue’, a Twitter client called PadMan cheap. That is a lady’s close to personal and private issue. Parading these things in broad daylight looks extremely cheap and consideration chasing. On the off chance that you need to bring issues to light then woman wellbeing specialists ought to be named to go way to entryway and give assistance and mindfulness he wrote.
Will PadMan see the light of the day in Pakistan? The truth will surface eventually.
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