Anushka Sharma's Pari earns only Rs4 crore on opening day

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But it was certainly a big moment of pride for the Kohlis; Anushka and her brother Karnesh have also produced the film.

Pari was the most anticipated film for Anushka Sharma which hit screens yesterday. "Although, the film could have released in Sindh and Punjab barring Islamabad, the distributors made a decision to not release it".

Pakistan's Express Tribune quoted a senior member of the Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) saying that the Bollywood movie was deemed as promoting black magic and anti-Muslim sentiment.

"Imported film #Pari has been declared "Unfit" for public exhibition by a panel followed by #CBFC's Full Board review as it flouts various sections of the existing rules and code of #CBFC". One of the best films I've seen in a long time.

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Anushka Sharma said, "Of course, the film needed to be promoted, but with horror films there are limitations". Has to be my Wife's best work ever!

The numbers though are still a little higher than Sharma's last production Phillauri, which had managed to earn only Rs3.86 crore at the box office on its first day. We will update the box-office collections here every day.

Pari, directed by debutant Prosit Roy, is a based on the story of Ifrit, a powerful and unsafe djinn. The film is released under Clean Slate Films. "India biz." The tagline of the film reads, "Pari, it's not a fairytale". Press CTRRL+D to bookmark this page for more exciting updates from this page.



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