Ban on “God Tusi Great Ho” could be Lifted in UAE
The movie starring Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra and Sohail Khan and Big B, which was earlier banned to be screened at theaters in UAE, could be granted the permission now. It was initially pulled out of theatres since it was believed that the movie violated Islamic teachings.
Sunday saw the National Media Council (NMC) withdrawing the movie, released last week. It was done due to complaints from the viewers regarding the violation of Islamic teachings in the movie.
A source however reported, “The Council would arrive at a final decision before the end of this week on whether to ban the film completely in the UAE, or to allow its screening again after censoring the objectionable portions.”
God Tusi Great Ho, which otherwise has been successful in India, is a remake of Bruce Almighty.
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