With filmmakers admitting that the local industry just could not match up with Shahrukh Khan starrer Chennai Express, the makers of a much awaited lollywood film 'Main Hoon Shahid Afridi' have decided to delay the release of the film which was slated for an Eid opening.
Indian movies were banned from Pakistani cinemas after the war between both countries in 1965 but were allowed to be screened in cinema halls in 2007 with some restrictions.
While IMGC Entertainment is bringing Chennai Express to Pakistan, Satish Anand of Eveready Pictures is importing yet another expected blockbuster, Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobara, which is eventually expected to give Main Hoon Shahid Afridi a tough time at the box office.
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