Javed Iqbal: The Untold Story of a Serial Killer launch halted by Punjab Authorities



Javed Iqbal: The Untold Story of a Serial Killer which was all set for its countrywide launch at this time has been halted by the Punjab authorities regardless of having clearance from all censor boards.

The Ayesha Omar and Yasir Hussain starrer is a film primarily based on the story of a serial killer who killed 100 harmless boys in Lahore and his case popped up in 1999.

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Abu Aleeha’s directorial has already seen months of postponement attributable to clearance from the censor board and now only a day earlier than its launch Punjab authorities has halted its showcasing.

The film was initially to be launched in October 2021 after which it was pushed to December due to clearance by censor boards.

Nonetheless, the movie’s launch was postponed because of the covid-19 surge and the ultimate date was January 28.

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“The newest information is that [Chief Minister] Sardar Usman Buzdar’s authorities has stopped the exhibiting of Javed Iqbal. This unwarranted motion comes after the censor board permitted the movie, which is why we will probably be [taking the matter] to the excessive courtroom,” Abu Aleeha wrote.

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