Goal – today!

Mainstream Bollywood finds its way to Pakistani cinemas after more than three decades, with the release of a new movie called ‘Goal’ today.

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Four of the best cinema theatres in Lahore, SozoWorld, Plaza, Metropol and DHA Cinema are scoring the ‘Goal’!

7 Comments so far

  1. Hassan Abbas (unregistered) on November 23rd, 2007 @ 10:13 pm

    Paki gov allowed bollywood films??? is it so ?


  2. IMRAN KHAN (unregistered) on November 24th, 2007 @ 8:33 am

    I hate f*&kers who are all about money and business and they will sell thier mother to the indians should it make them a bit of profit. (Not unlike the Jews some say)

    Where don’t they take a moral f&*king stand !! Why don’t YOU take a moral stand and stop promoting these movies.

    This is a direct investment of your money into the Indian Arms Industry to make the bombs and the bullets and buy the jets to kill you with.

    The indians are pretty much laughing all the way saying these naive pakis.. we could have had them years ago with a little bit of ‘fahashi and uryani’ in our movies.. we should not have gone to war. The pakis are a desperate bunch of sex-starved fanatics whose morals can be easily compormised if we pass on our dog-shit-f&*ked crappy movies to them in the garb of cultural exchange and mutual friendship and acceptance.

    Kindly excuse me if I were not able to put that more politely.


  3. Mustansir (unregistered) on November 25th, 2007 @ 11:07 pm

    Hey Imran
    Watching indian movies in your home on a pirated movie is ok but watching it on big screen is a no-no.
    The next step you might add would be to request indian muslims to stop watching these movies. Dont be such a tightass.


  4. IMRAN KHAN (unregistered) on November 26th, 2007 @ 7:10 am

    Who said I watch Indian movies?

    Like I said, take a moral stand Mustansir.

    But I understand your point of view. The stand I was taking was about promoting them in cinemas and at an official govt level, which makes them infinitly more culturally acceptable, thus easier to adapt and absorb Indian/Hindu culture … which no doubt we are seeing more and more in Muslim weddings, general social functions and even in religious occasions with Eid greeting cards being printed with partially dressed Indian actresses.

    Indian Muslims are ‘INDIAN MUSLIMS’ as you put it. They are perhaps equally nationalistic as you are so and for them it’s not an issue.

    P.S. Unlike yourself..i’d rather be a tightass than a loose one..!


  5. Mr. Indian (unregistered) on November 26th, 2007 @ 4:00 pm

    @imran,

    so you want to mix politics with entertainment. Not too long ago Indian politicians didn’t want any cricket with pakistan and self righteous pakis were saying “don’t mix politics with sports”. I guess all a matter of convenience.


  6. JayJay (unregistered) on November 26th, 2007 @ 4:43 pm

    I think all kind of entertainment should banned in Pakistan, whether it is Paki, Indian or western. No fun please, we are Pakis. No laughing, no smiling, nothing.

    Oh, BTW, India does not need Paki revenue or any motive to destroy Pakistan. Our fellow Pakis (aka religious fanatics) are doing this job perfectly.


  7. mf (unregistered) on November 28th, 2007 @ 1:49 pm

    theres nothing wrong about having indian movies in pakistan.its high time everybody gets over the whole india-pakistan rivalry.
    people who dont want to get over it can very easily sit at home and enjoy majajan on their tellies.



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