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ANUSHKA SHARMA WOWS HUSBAND WITH HER FILM 'PARI'

By Jasmeet Singh . 3rd March 2018 06:35pm
ANUSHKA SHARMA WOWS HUSBAND WITH HER FILM 'PARI'

'Pari' the film that many have been waiting for has finally hit the cinemas. While many celebrated the festival of colors, the day was wrapped up with many trooping into the cinema to watch the Bolly horror flick. Starring Anushka Sharma, she is seen in a  that has not been seen before. An unprecedented Bolly horror flick that stars a Bollywood actress. Playing the role of an evil spirit Rukhsana in the anti-fairy tale, several film critics have found the script of the film to be weak. However, Anushka Sharma's performance was highly appreciated by her Cricketer husband Virat Kohli. Taking to social media, Virat expressed how much of excellence his wife pulled off in the film. He termed the film as his "Wife's best work ever!" and is definitely very proud. Virat Kohli Also starring in the film is Parambrata Chatterjee, Rajat Kapoor, and Ritabhari Chakraborty in pivotal roles. The film is a directorial debut for Prosit Roy and has been jointly produced by Anushka’s Clean Slate Films and KeiArj Entertainment. Pari will be the third film under Anushka’s production house. The actress has previously co-produced NH10 (2015) and Phillauri (2017). While Anushka gets all the praises from her husband, her film has been banned Pakistan's censor board has banned the Hindi horror film. As reported by Times of India, the film was banned because it "reportedly contains objectionable sequences where Quranic verses have been used" as said by another Pakistani news outlet Geo TV, quoting a cinema owner. More from the reports, "the film not only mixed Quranic verses with Hindu chants but also portrayed Muslims in a negative light as they were shown using Quranic verses to do black magic". Black magic is something which is said to be un-Islamic according to The Pakistani censor board. Anushka Sharma To this end, a theatre company Nueplex Cinemas posted on its Facebook page saying tickets already sold for the film could be refunded. Well, we hope the film makes it big at the Indian Box Office.



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