Pemra labelled Pakistani drama serials as Bold and Irrelevant


PEMRA (Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority) has issued a sweeping articulation prompting all entertainment channels to create show content dependably.

The announcement, which was discharged Monday night says, “that the nature of Pakistani dramatizations is breaking down everyday.”

PEMRA’s reason is that the subjects in the shows are “very bold” and “not the reflection of larger part of the Pakistani society.”

It additionally peruses: “Watchers are of the conclusion that shows are not delineating the genuine picture of Pakistani society. Profane scenes//discoursed/extramarital relations, savagery and abuse are being glamourised ignoringethical ties of Pakistani society and also PEMRA laws.”

In any case, this isn’t the first run through PEMRA has marked diversion content “corrupt” and disgusting”. Child abuse shown in Udaari additionally got a notice for ‘offensive’ substance, while Nickelodeon was fined Rs500,000 for “a toon character is profanely dressed” in a swimsuit on a shoreline.

Osman Khalid Butt, be that as it may, is having none of it.

He stated: “What, pray tell, is the ‘true picture of Pakistani society’? Not every drama serial is meant to be watched with the family. Pinky & Babloo can be put to bed before, no?”


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