Akshay kumar's PEDMAN won,t release in PAKISTAN

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Though the collection was less than Akshay Kumar's last movie Toilet: Ek Prem Katha (13.10 crores), it might show a positive trend from today giving its positive word of mouth.

The main reason behind producing the movie was to show people the struggle that females in our country are going through. And we can say that it does an awesome job at it while remaining super entertaining.

The list of Bollywood movies which have been banned in Pakistan is quite long, including the recent Tiger Zinda Hai (2017). The filmmaker has an extremely innovative style of telling a story and knows how to bring out the best out of his actors. This is also the first time that Twinkle Khanna is producing a film and we feel that the message behind it was the main reason for her to do it as well. "I think it's hats off to the women who are in it, who are appreciating it and who inspired us to make this film". The film has released with a screen count of whopping 3350 screens.

Balki believes that the decision to not release Pad Man has nothing to do with politics.

Meanwhile, PadMan is doing well at the domestic box-office as R Balki film has crossed 23.94 crores in two days of its release.

Starring Kumar, Radhika Apte and Sonam Kapoor in leading roles, the film opened on February 9.

The movie opened by collecting 10.26 crores on its 1st day setting the base for a stable weekend.

Akshay Kumar's Padman, based on the life of social activist Arunachalam Muruganantham who introduced low-priced sanitary pads, has been banned in Pakistan. Now according to the early reports, the film has already crossed 35 crores mark at the box office in its opening weekend.

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