Censor Board Should Ban Movies With Odd Content

These days, people of Dubai, Paris, London, Toronto, Istanbul, and New York, complain about films with vulgar and cheap content. It seems that the filmmakers are more into making glamorous movies, and do not care whether their scripts are good or bad.




Veteran actress and director Sangeeta ventures into filmmaking again, and is about to release a movie titled Tum Hee Ho. This film is being talked about everywhere because it has a lot of scenes that are quite cheap and low-quality.

What an amazing thing that the members of the censor board didn’t take notice of those scenes, and allowed the filmmaker to release this movie as such. It features Danish Taimoor, Qurat-ul-Ain, and Mathira.

We are aware of the fact that Mathira is one of the most controversial females of Dubai, London, and New York. The film’s story is simple, and revolves around Danish.

It is expected to release very soon under the banner of Geo Films. The first trailer of the movie is out, and it looks like a Bollywood film.

At first glimpse, we start feeling that we are watching a glamorous Indian movie, because most of the scenes look very odd. I must say the filmmaker has paid much attention to promoting vulgarity. This is why, Mathira’s dresses are very short.

In several scenes, she has worn a bikini, and her body parts peep through the clothes, which is unacceptable in our society. Born as Mathira Mohammad, this Pakistani model, dancer, and actress is always in the news because of her frank nature and bold lifestyle.




A lot of times, Mathira is criticized because she does not feel shy of showing off her body parts. The same has happened in this movie too. Here she wears very short outfits, and looks like a Hollywood female.


It is the time when the filmmakers of Paris, Dubai, New York, Toronto, London, and Istanbul, should pay attention to quality content rather than promoting glamour.

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