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Pakistani Hit Action Film Strikes a Nerve Over Indiai
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December 02, 2013 11:28 PM
Pakistan’s moribund film industry has been brought back to life with the action thriller “Waar," which translates roughly as “The Attack.” The film, shot in Pakistan, tells the story of a retired military hero who saves the country from a terrorist attack. But critics say the movie’s allusions to rival nuclear power India as the enemy only serves to deepen the antagonism between the two countries. VOA's Sharon Behn reports from Karachi.

Pakistani Hit Action Film Strikes a Nerve Over India

Published December 02, 2013

Pakistan’s moribund film industry has been brought back to life with the action thriller “Waar," which translates roughly as “The Attack.” The film, shot in Pakistan, tells the story of a retired military hero who saves the country from a terrorist attack. But critics say the movie’s allusions to rival nuclear power India as the enemy only serves to deepen the antagonism between the two countries. VOA's Sharon Behn reports from Karachi.


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