Indian are making films on “Hera Mandi” while we are banning adult content, Mansha Pasha

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Indian are making films on " Hera Mandi" while we are banning adult content, Mansha Pasha

Sanjay Leela Bhansali will produce a film to be made on Lahore’s “Hera Mandi”. Alia Bhatt has also been cast in Film.

Actress Mansha Pasha has complained that Indian filmmakers are thinking of making money by making films based on real stories in Pakistani society and we are also banning fictional content. Mansha Pasha in her series of tweets said that I wrote complaining that Indians are making films on Lahore’s past glories, the “Hera mandi” simply because in the country where we live, the real content, let alone the fictional content, is banned.

The actress wrote that by banning fictional content, we keep debating what moral imagery should and should not be shown.

In another tweet, she wrote that because of our weaknesses, other people make money by making films based on real stories about our country and society and selling them all over the world.

She complained that in the end, it will happen that we will hear our own stories from the mouths of others. At the end of the tweet, she also expressed her sorrow over this process. Without tweeting, he was referring to the recent news about Indian filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who said that he would be making a film on Lahore’s ‘Hera Mandi’.

Recently, it was reported that Sanjay Leela Bhansali will be producing a film based on Lahore’s “Hera Mandi” and he has also cast Alia Bhatt for the cast of the said film while Aishwarya Rai, Vidya Balan Talks are on with actresses like Madhuri Dixit and Deepika Padukone. Work on the film will begin by the end of this year.


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