Many celebrities are unhappy with the release of Doctor Strange 2 along with the release of five Pakistani films – Celebrity

Celebrities, especially from the film industry, have taken a stand against the release of foreign films such as Dr. Gharib 2 During the initial release period of domestic films. If they remained silent, they said, “our district will continue to be bulldozed until the local films are finished.”

On Eid, five Pakistani films were scheduled to be released and were promoted for several months before their release. Marvel’s release date Dr. Gharib 2 It coincided with the early days of domestic films in theaters, which the filmmakers believe led to a decline in ticket sales. There was a lot of backlash from the directors, who called for the change so that local films would flourish. Released movies included long time Bardi Maine Renai Doo, Ghubrana Nahi Hai. And to thank.

Actors and directors united to express their position on the matter, claiming that foreign films would lead to the death of Pakistani cinema. On Saturday, a group of producers and directors held a press conference at the Pakistan Arts Council in Karachi, asking the authorities to give them some rest.

Hum TV Network representative Bader Ikram said that they had earlier asked the authorities to give Pakistani films three days (Friday – when the English film was scheduled to be shown – Saturday and Sunday) after Eid. We have received assurances from the Ministry through various parties that we will get this. We must make it clear here that we are not against foreign films and we do not want to ban any film. We want movie theaters to make money. If they win, the film trade will increase, and Pakistani films will benefit from it. Our plea is that we made five critically acclaimed films. After a long time, Pakistani films have been doing well. Until 3 pm yesterday [Friday] We were going great. Right after 3 p.m., 50 percent of shows were dropped. We don’t know what will happen today.”

Actor Adnan Siddiqui, who produced long timeHe said it was his first project as a producer. Through our life savings (Omar Bahar Ki KamiWe put the movie on the silver screen only because it’s our passion. I’m not saying I should get a profit from that. If I get what I invested in return, that would be a big deal for me. But it does not appear to be so. This foreign movie had already made a lot of money by pre-booking, so even if it was released a little later, it still drew the same crowds. We only asked for a week to postpone this movie… How can our cinema get big? Only if you support us.”

Yasser Nawaz Director to thankHe said he started shooting for the movie a few days before Covid arrived in the country. No one knows how long the epidemic will last. “We said let’s take this loss for three to four days and not make the movie. But then we thought if we didn’t make movies, how would the industry move forward. We do a great deal of work promoting the movies so that people get into the cinemas. So we have to support each other. Someone told me that he bought our movie ticket but when he went to the cinema he was told either he got his money back or he watched the foreign movie.

Celebrities give their support

long time Actor Amar Khan has posted a long video in which he discusses how the makers of the film have been wronged. She captioned her post, “How strange, Dr. Gharib! These are my thoughts straight from the heart about what happened to not only DumMastam but the five films from Pakistan released this Eid.” “Pakistan wants its audience more than ever. The industry too [needs] Not to be quiet anymore and to be[come] one unit,”

“The [solution to the] The problem is not in banning foreign films or preventing the audience from watching what they ask for but it is about equality and on an occasion like Eid, I think it is Pakistani films that need to be given priority.” The actress asked her followers for support because thousands of people are working hard to revive the film industry.” If we don’t keep trying, we won’t evolve. Dr. GharibStranger doesn’t need you.”

boss Bardi Maine Renai Doo Wajahat Rauf published a news excerpt discussing the negative effects of foreign films and labeling the authorities, asking them to intervene to ensure the fairness and continuity of the Pakistani film industry.

“Pakistan’s Motion Picture Law states that you cannot show more than 15% foreign content on occasions like Eid. Here we have five Pakistani films with shows that are all sold out in prime-time shows (some sold out until 3am) and either they have been removed or 70 percent fewer shows, mostly at odd times.We appeal to Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, ISPR (Inter-Services Public Relations) and Maryam Aurangzeb to intervene, organize.. and fair. All domestic or foreign films, you must get equal opportunity or this will [be] “The death of the industry…again,” he wrote.

Rauf also shared the message of the lead actor of his movie Ali Rehman Khan on his Instagram account, expressing his gratitude to the people who spoke out to avoid getting their votes and their work. Thank you Ali Rehman Khan for standing up for your film and the Pakistani film industry. Chub Rahay’s [If we stay silent] And our will will continue to shovel over us until there are no local films left.”

Representative Zhalay Sarhadi also called on all units of the industry to come together, saying, “If we keep taking the desert [support] From foreign films and we don’t give a passing chance, let’s dig our graves Abhi says [from now]I reminded them that it’s not a time for shadow or criticism because this affects everyone, not just the films that are currently jostling for space in the cinema.

Actor Yasser Hussein praised the filmmakers for continuing their work in such circumstances. Mark some of them in his story.

Actor and director Siddiqui said that the release of Dr. Gharib 2 He could have waited for a few days. “The last thing we need when the industry finally opens up after two years is some foreign film hijacking our screens and putting us in a bind. Domestic cinema has more right any day,” he wrote on Twitter.

Actor Hareem Farooq has repeatedly questioned why domestic films that finally brought some life to the industry are being pitted against a foreign film. “Put up a foreign movie when there’s a good five buck[istani] Awesome movies, why?! buck[istani] Cinema is recovering after decades, damaged by it [the] A global pandemic and then just as it is about to restart, a foreign movie is released. Why?! Let’s find a good reason why it can’t be delayed for a few days, why?! “

Actor Ahmed Ali Bate Dr. Gharib 2 “Lollywood’s most hated doctor right now” and rated the movie five times, saying it’s average compared to others from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

There is, of course, another side to this argument – that of the viewers. People think they should be able to watch what they want and the masses Dr. Gharib 2 These are five different Pakistani films. release Dr. Gharib It wouldn’t affect the sales of these films because they weren’t aimed at the same audience. However, it can be argued that these films were given lower showtimes to make room for them Dr. Gharibthus reducing their income. Do you think it was fair to show a foreign film in cinemas on its global release day with five Pakistani films vying for the top spot?