Film Censor Board bans film ‘Lafaggey’ for having double-meaning dialogues

Written by The Frontier Post

F.P. Report

KARACHI: The Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) has made a full board on horror-comedy ‘Lafangey’ for having double-meaning dialogues and some objectionable scenes.

The film was supposed to be released to the public on Eid-ul-Azha. Full Board means the film has been banned but the film director can go for an appeal.

The cast members and the director were quite confident the public would react positively to a film that offered something new.

The movie revolves around four young men who have big dreams and goals but are clueless about how to achieve them.

Salman Saqib Sheikh, popularly known as Mani, who recently appeared in “Ishrat – Made in China,” is one of the four main characters driving the story.

Talking to a Middle East-based media platform, Mani said that Lafangey was good enough to outcompete the other two movies, London Nahi Jaunga and Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad, also scheduled for release over Eid.

But Lafangay has now been out from the Pakistani movies list to be released on Eid-ul-Azha.

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