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Pakistani Celebrities Are Saying About The Pemra Ban On Valentines Day Celebrations

February is a special month for every one as this is when love is celebrated all over the world. Pakistanis have also taken due part in celebrating the 14th of February as Valentine’s Day for quite some time now, but this time it feels, television and activities are in for a ban. PEMRA has issued a statement where it has forbade all types of media from promoting the event as well as disallowed any event to be held at a public place or even at an official level. Pakistani Celebrities Are Saying About The Pemra Ban On Valentines Day Celebrations. The decision came in lieu of impending programs laid out by television channels on Valentine’s Day but now one cant help but be left a bit baffled by this sudden turn of events. Even though classified as a harmless day which if celebrated brings no hatred but since according to many who feel this is anti Islamic, we feel PEMRA felt is necessary to take this step this time around.

We do believe PEMRA might have a reason to justify the ban, however, we decided to get in touch with few of our stars to ask them whether this ban in their opinion was the right thing to implement or not and this is what they shared with HIP.

Aijazz Aslam

“PEMRA should consider stopping Indian Content on television which is destroying our younger generation but Valentine’s Day will be all over social media anyways.”

Pakistani Celebrities Are Saying About The Pemra Ban On Valentines Day Celebrations

Pakistani Celebrities Are Saying About The Pemra Ban On Valentines Day Celebrations

Mohsin Abbas Haider

“I personally am too old to be celebrating Valentines day but I feel that when you find your true love there really is no need to publicly display it as it is something very personal and more charm stays that way so yes I am okay with PEMRA’s decision to ban it.”

Pakistani Celebrities Are Saying About The Pemra Ban On Valentines Day Celebrations

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Junaid Khan

” I think valentines day is a celebration of love which is not just limited to the love between a man and a woman as it can be for the love of your family, animals, beauty that nature holds and so I don’t see any harm in the day.”

Pakistani Celebrities Are Saying About The Pemra Ban On Valentines Day Celebrations

Pakistani Celebrities Are Saying About The Pemra Ban On Valentines Day Celebrations

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Anoushey Ashraf

“I think Valentine’s Day today is more about celebration of love as a whole rather than the way many of us perceive it. We need to get out of this one dimensional mindset. I was once invited to a show on Valentine’s to celebrate the bond and love I share with my mother.”

Pakistani Celebrities Are Saying About The Pemra Ban On Valentines Day Celebrations

Yasir Hussain

“I feel that it has become a festival now as various shows are made around this theme, in the market people are selling heart shaped balloons, cards are being displayed so I feel due to this there are many people who gain monetary benefits as printers also earn so in all aspect everyone is gaining something from the day.

Pakistani Celebrities Are Saying About The Pemra Ban On Valentines Day Celebrations

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