Film releases pushed ahead



LAHORE: In wake of the Gulshan-e-Iqbal park assault on Sunday, various silver screens of Lahore have briefly closed down. The movies that were slated to hit theaters in April have now been pushed ahead for discharge. While a few executives have reserved Eidul Fitr for screening their movies, others stay hesitant.

While Shehzad Rafiq’s Salute, Syed Noor’s Bhai Wanted and Price of Honor and Jamshed Muhammad’s Sawaal 700 Crore Ka were initially planned for a March discharge, different undertakings like Two Plus Two, Raasta, Tum Hi To Ho and Whistle were to turn out in April.

In any case, that is currently no more the case. Aside from Noor who has chosen to discharge both his movies on Eid, Sawaal 700 Crore Ka will likewise be out amid the amplified celebration occasions, as per on-screen character Ghulam Mohiuddin.


Another film, Blind Love, was slated to discharge in April. Be that as it may, the Faisal Bukhari directorial will now discharge in May. Dispersion Club President Ejaz Kamran said, “We couldn’t discharge the film during an era when individuals are staying away from silver screens subsequently we chose to defer it.”

Agreeing with the issue of silver screen accessibility near Eid, Tum Hi To Ho executive Sangeeta is unwilling to rival other nearby creations. “I trust that there is a need to discharge movies frequently and not all on one day,” she said. Because of “individual reasons”, Sangeeta said she will be discharging the film two weeks after Eid.

Then again, significant discharges to clash on Eid incorporate on-screen character executive Shaan’s Arth 2 and Moammar Rana’s Sikander.