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    Pulwama fallout: Salman Khan's 'Notebook', Shahid Kapoor's 'Kabir Singh' won't release in Pakistan

    Synopsis

    The makers of 'Total Dhamaal', 'Luka Chuppi' had also announced that their movies won't hit the theatres in Pakistan.

    Salman Khan and Shahid Kapoor (R)
    MUMBAI: Film producer Murad Khetani Thursday said he has decided to not release his upcoming films - Salman Khan-produced "Notebook" and Shahid Kapoor starrer "Kabir Singh" - in Pakistan in the wake of Pulwama terror attack.

    "We are not releasing our film ('Notebook') in Pakistan. Our upcoming films 'Kabir Singh' and 'Satellite Shankar' too will also not release there," Khetani, of Cine1 Studios, said on the sidelines of the promotional event of his film "Notebook".

    "Notebook" marks the acting debut of Pranutan Bahl, daughter of actor Mohnish Bahl and granddaughter of yesteryear actor Nutan. It will also see the launch of Zaheer Iqbal.

    Movie posters of 'Notebook' and 'Kabir Singh'Agencies
    Movie posters of 'Notebook' and 'Kabir Singh'

    Set in Kashmir, the romantic-drama film is produced by Salma Khan, Khetani and Ashwin Varde and it is slated to release on March 29.

    "Kabir Singh", directed by Sandeep Vanga, is a remake of his own directorial Telugu language film "Arjun Reddy" (2017). Jointly produced by Cine1 Studios and T-Series, the film stars Shahid and Kiara Advani in the lead. It releases on June 21.

    Directed by Irfan Kamal, "Satellite Shankar", produced by Bhushan Kumar, Murad Khetani, Krishan Kumar and Ashwin Varde, stars Sooraj Pancholi in the lead. It will hit cinema houses on July 5.

    Movie poster of 'Notebook'Agencies
    Movie poster of 'Notebook'

    "There is some work left on 'Kabir Singh', it will take around 12-13 days of work. We have 'Satellite Shankar', which is complete," Khetani said.

    Earlier the makers of"Total Dhamaal", "Luka Chuppi" and Diljit Dosanjh's "Arjun Patiala" had announced that they were not releasing the film in the neighbouring country.


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    4 Comments on this Story

    Hanwant Mal Singhvi587 days ago
    None of the three well known Khans condemned Pakistan for Pulwama attack.
    Slug Slurry587 days ago
    Salman wil himself go to deliver his film reel in Pakistan theatres
    Ramesh Shah587 days ago
    WHAT''S SO GREAT ABOUT WON''T RELEASE IN PAKISTAN !!!!??PIRACY WOULD BE MORE PROMOTED. OUR FILMS HAVE ALL THE COUNTRIES AT OUR DISPOSAL IN THE WORLD
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