Controversial Pakistani film ‘Joyland’ has been released in Delhi
The controversial Pakistani film Joyland was screened at the local film festival in Delhi, the film was well received by the audience, Indian journalist Shurti Sonal described the film as fascinating.
On the microblogging site Twitter, Indian journalist Shurti Sonal tweeted that last night the screening of the movie Joyland was held in Delhi, which was fascinating. Fans queued for hours to watch the Pakistani film.
He says that the film sheds light on patriarchy and the isolation it creates and its effects.
He also said in his tweet that a large number of fans waiting for the screening of the film during the film festival sat on the floor and watched the film due to lack of space and got emotional and applauded the film.
He says that art finds its way by crossing emotions and boundaries.
While commenting on Indian journalist Shorti Sonal’s tweet, Shekhar Kapur, the director of Jemima Khan’s film ‘What Love God To Do With It’, also called Joyland the best film.
On the other hand, other Twitter users raised questions on the screening of the film and said that why the government has only allowed the screening of the controversial film, why has it banned the screening of the successful film Mula Jat?
Another user says that one film is banned and another is allowed, what will be the effects of this? , a user also wrote that there are other Pakistani movies but only Joyland is being screened in India!