Bushra, Ali Azmat, Hadiqa Judges Of TV Show ‘Pakistan Idol’

LAHORE, Nov 20: Pakistan’s first ever music reality show ‘Pakistan Idol’ will be judged by the glamorous Bushra Ansari, the melody queen of Pakistan Hadiqa Kiyani and the pop legend Ali Azmat. The show will be hosted by the talented Mohib Mirza.

PAKISTAN IDOL JUDGES

The three legendary judges are enjoying the show so far and are much excited to judge the aspiring talent of Pakistan. All the three judges are experienced and well known in the music industry and are proud to be part of Pakistan’s first ever biggest music reality show.

Idol shows has been part of many countries so far, but this is the first time in Pakistan that singers got a great platform to perform and show their talent. Judges will be looking after all the aspects which are essential for being an idol. An idol should be a good singer and also have a good personality.

Bushra Ansari, Hadiqa Kiyani and Ali Azmat are the best options for judges but let’s see whether the contestants can leave a good impression on the judges requirements or not. With fingers crossed and lot of practice, let see how contestants will perform in front of the legendary judges. For sure a lot of confidence will be needed with a good voice.

LHC RESTRICTS INDIAN FILMS SCREENING:  

In a related development in entertainment industry, the Lahore High Court imposed ban on exhibition of Indian films in Pakistan, which are brought through smuggling or any other illegal means.

He issued the directions on a petition moved by anchor Mubashir Luqman of ARY private television channel challenging smuggling of Indian films and their exhibition in Pakistan.

Justice Mohammad Khalid Mehmood Khan of the LHC ordered that no foreign or Indian film could be exhibited which brought into country in violation of the law. He also ordered the chairman Pakistan Film Censor Board to ensure that department did not issue license to any Indian film brought in the country through fake documents.

The judge also issued notices to the federal government and other respondents for November 25.

He issued the directions on a petition moved by anchor Mubashir Luqman of ARY private television channel challenging smuggling of Indian films and their exhibition in Pakistan.

Petitioner counsel submitted that people smuggled Indian films and Pakistan Censor Board was issuing illegal licenses to these films having fake documentation. He submitted that Indian films smuggled could not be screened in Pakistani cinemas but these were illegally screened in local cinemas.

He said foreign films, except Indian, could be screened in Pakistan and those Indian films which were shoot completely at foreign location could be displayed in the country.

He said the promoters had recently smuggled a number of films, which were completely shoot in India and were being shown in Pakistani cinemas under the category of foreign films and censor board issued fake licenses to such films.

He alleged that the Indian films were promoting terrorism and lawlessness in Pakistan and requested that the Ministry of Interior should be directed to initiate under the Terrorist Act against all those involved in smuggling Indian films to Pakistan. He also requested to direct the custom authorities to stop this illegal practice and initiate action under the Custom Act against relaying smuggled films.

 

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