Here's why Taapsee Pannu's Naam Shabana got banned in Pakistan

Taapsee Pannu's 'Naam Shabana' crosses Rs 30 crore mark at Box Office

Now, Naam Shabana banned in Pakistan

Taapsee is basking in the glory of Naam Shabana and Pink.

From long time, Taapsee was busy in the shoot of her movies and finally she got some time after the release of Naam Shabana which is also receiving superb responses by the audiences and it's time for double celebration for the actress.

After the tension between the two countries heightened post the Uri attacks a year ago, the Censor Board of Pakistan had imposed a ban on screening of Indian movies in the country.

Taapsee Pannu, after the success of Naam Shabana, took a short break from her work schedule to celebrate her sister Shagun's birthday in Koh Samui, Bangkok.

Bollywood movies getting banned in Pakistan isn't new. Raees couldn't make it through the Pakistan censor, while Naam Shabana passed but came back in a day. He said that some of the scenes related to terrorism were not fit enough to be shown.

The officials apparently woke up a day later to the release of the movie that it is based on the theme of global terrorism. The film is a spin-off from Akshay Kumar starrer 2015 action spy thriller Baby. After Uri terrorist attack Pakistan kept a ban on Indian movies and serials but later at the start of the year lifted it.

On work front Taapsee Pannu will be next seen in Varun Dhawan starrer Judwaa 2.

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