Shamoon Abbasi’s ‘Durj’ is all set to release in Pakistan on October 25 after a short ban.
According to the details, the Central Film Censor Board has cleared Shamoon Abbasi’s ‘Durj’ for release in Pakistan.
Shamoon Abbasi, a day earlier shared a post on his Twitter account saying that Durj is releasing in Pakistan on October 25, get ready to book your tickets.
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— Shamoon Abbasi official (@shamoonAbbasi) October 19, 2019
The film that was supposed to release on October 18 got delayed after the censor board denied clearance.
Shamoon Abbasi told that the censor board has allowed the release after minor changes.
He had contacted distributors and tried to release the movie as soon as possible. He said it wasn’t an expensive movie but his team worked really hard on it.
Durj is based on three real-life incidents. It narrates the story of two brothers who dug over 100 graves and ate corpses.
The movie has already premiered at the 72nd edition of Cannes Film Festival.
It features Myra Khan, Majid Khan and Nouman Javaid in prominent roles.