Actress Hadiqa Kayani, who performed the primary position within the accident, can also be going through criticism: Picture: Social Media
Islam Abad: The Pakistan Digital Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) has imposed a direct ban on the airing of the drama ‘Hatsa’ on personal TV.
In a press release issued by Pemra on Twitter, it has been mentioned that many complaints have been acquired concerning the content material of the play from different sources together with social media, after which the play has been banned. Imposing a direct ban on the play ‘Accident’ beneath Part 27 of the PEMRA Act, the mentioned matter was referred to the establishment’s Committee Council of Complaints.
The assertion added that the Council of Complaints will take a choice on the drama beneath PEMRA’s guidelines and rules, however until then the drama will stay banned. Its airing was instantly banned.
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‘Accident’ is alleged to be based mostly on the incident of a girl who was gang-raped after being kidnapped on a motorway close to Lahore in 2020, a declare denied by the drama’s makers. Hadiqa Kayani, who performed the primary position within the accident, can also be going through criticism.