Starring Mahira Khan and Haroon Shahid in striking lead roles, the news is not received well by fans that were eagerly waiting for the film to hit cinema houses this month. "The film doesn't have to be banned, and can be tweaked and censored a bit to be deemed fit for release", The Express Tribune quoted the SBFC General Secretary Abdul Razzaq Khuhawar as saying.
The production team of the film said that after getting clearance from the censor board, Verna's premier will be first held in Lahore and then in Karachi. "We will view it and come to a final decision soon".
Although reports suggest that the Censor Board there will watch the film today and take a decision, the fact that there is even a doubt in their mind regarding its release has Twitter fuming. There are reports that the film is likely to be banned.
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According to Shoaib Mansoor's official press statement, the director has appealed to the CBFC "for the urgent relief of Verna".
Images has reached out to Shoaib Mansoor regarding the ban and is awaiting a response. And while the makers are doing everything in their power to get the film released on November 17, Twitter is enraged!
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