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Pakistan bans Agent Vinod... ?? What do you think are they boycotting indian products, films etc.!!

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Asked by Hussain Qureshi, 22 Mar '12 11:09 am
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Movie being released tomoroww. watch it and THEN ask this question again. you will understand yourself why they banned it.
Answered by iqbal seth, 22 Mar '12 11:10 am

 
  
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If only Agent Vinod were a video game. It has all the hallmarks of a classic: from explosive wall-to-wall action to various levels of globetrotting mayhem, from challenging moments of hand-to-hand combat and clue-hunting to an eclectic slew of fascinating side characters, from a helluva background score to, quite vitally, the fact that it doesn't end where it should and instead keeps giving the protagonist more to do.

So yes, as a game it'd be sensational, and tremendous fun. As a film, on the other hand, Agent Vinod must be termed a disappointment, a slick and well-produced throwback to the spy thriller that feels both overlong and under-conceived. Sure, it's glossy and gun-filled and looks shiny enough to be from Hollywood, and while that might be Farhan Akhtar's [ Images ] wet dream, one expects both a sense of humour and, most critically, actual cleverness from Sriram Raghavan. Coming from the man who made the marvelous Johnny Gaddaar, Agent Vinod is too depressingly generic to ...more
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 23 Mar '12 05:20 pm

 
  
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Let them ban it. What difference does it make to me?
And if they are boycotting all Indian products, they are only hurting their own economy. This is because, anyway, Indian goods land up in Pak, through longer, unofficial and more costly channels.
Answered by Vikram, 22 Mar '12 11:16 am

 
  
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It is their internal problems ..........let them handle it internallyn:-))
Answered by Twinkle Aurora, 22 Mar '12 11:11 am

 
  
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Their censor board did not allow the exhibition of the film. According to news, the film shows some of their military leaders in bad light. Pakistan had not banned it. It was the establishment there which did it.
Answered by Lost Soul, 22 Mar '12 11:11 am

 
  
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