Shoaib Mansoor’s film ‘Verna’ has been restricted by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) Islamabad, as indicated by reports. Featuring Mahira Khan and Haroon Shahid as the heroes, the film marks Shoaib Mansoor’s arrival to Pakistani silver screen after a semi-break of six years, with ‘Bol’ his last creation.
Producer Shoaib Mansoor has gone into the offer with edit board today for dire alleviation for his film Verna. The film will be ideally inspected by full board today and we are trusting that the full board will win.
The Movie Verna has been banned by the CBFC Islamabad.
— Boxofficedetail (@boxofficedetail) November 14, 2017
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According to CBFC chairman Mobashir Hasan, “The film is yet to be viewed by the full board and see if there are any objections
Everyone starts talking on Social Media regarding the decision made bt CBFC:
I hope Punjab and Sind does not follow suit. Inshallah everything will settle down soon. No point imposing complete ban, objections can be addressed. Fingers crossed.
— Khurram Gultasab (@KhuramGultasab) November 14, 2017
Shouldn't CBFC just give it adult rating and move on? Why banned?
— Nasir M. Khan (@logixlord) November 14, 2017
#Raees could have been released with a few cuts. #ShoaibMansoor got a pass from liberal regimes of Musharraf and PPP, seems #Verna hits the power centers/politicians this time, too close for their comfort #VernaBan
— Majlis-e-Filmi (@karimsaeed_1) November 14, 2017
Wow! What nonsense!! ??♀️
— ✨ (@HeartChez) November 14, 2017
Hain? Magar kyun? Item number bhi ni hai Sunny leone ki guest appearance bhi ni hai phir aisa bhayankar iqdam q othaya CBFC ne? CB ka randirona kab khatam hoga ✋#VernaBan
— Hamza Khan (@iamhamzaaaaa) November 14, 2017