The decision about the movie was subsequently sent for a full board review. Two days prior to its original release in Pakistan, on November 15, the censor board once more gave its approval to Joyland. Before it is released in theatres, it has reportedly been requested that modest changes be made.
It’s a Trans love story that has already won the Queer Palm award at the Cannes Film Festival and has been lauded for the LGBT themes it explores. This is nothing short of an anti-Islamic attack on the institutions of Nikkah and marriage. The Information Ministry must immediately stop the film from releasing in Pakistan.
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