But another reason for the losses is the repetitive story lines and vulgarity, though by western standards, the films are too soft and restrained to be considered pornography. Some say the vulgarity has been introduced by Punjabi film makers desperate to fill cinemas. And we are suffering losses. The men in the pitch-black auditorium lounge around in their seats, smoking cigarettes and more powerful substances and cheering the good bits. The macho interest of Pashto films is addressed with guns, swords, knives and bloodshed. Jibran Ahmad , Nick Macfie. Bombs have also gone off outside the cinemas. The films, now mostly made in Lahore, capital of Punjab province, are crudely made stories with love, valour and Pashtun identity at their core. At the foot of one was a can of oil and three fire extinguishers near at hand.
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