Close on the heels of critically acclaimed
Khuda Kay Liye
, yet another film from across the border,
is set for a theatrical release on April 18 in India.
stars among others actress Meera, who has worked in a few Bollywood movies before making the disappearing act from Mumbai's film scene.
Inderjit Singh of Innovision Communications Pvt Ltd told PTI that his company had imported the negative of the film-a crime, action drama and is distributing it in India.
"We are distributors and importers of foreign films in India and the idea of bringing in a Pakistani film struck us.
producer Rashid Khawja got in touch with us and explained that his film had Indian technicians and the post production work was done in Thailand as he did not get an Indian visa at that time," Singh said.
"I found that Pakistani films were not banned in India whereas our movies were banned in that country. I decided to give this film a try. The producer sent me a DVD of the film and I found it technically having a very Indian look. Hence, I imported the negative of the film and got Censor clearance as well," Singh said.
He said Raju Kaygee is the Indian cinematographer and Pooni Verma is the choreographer of the film which had released in Pakistan a year ago.
is directed by Shahzad Rafique. There will be a screening of the film in Noida on the eve of the theatrical release and the premiere will be held in Mumbai.