Superhit Bollywood movies from Border to Gadar which were banned in Pakistan, the reason will surprise you

New Delhi :

There are many such Bollywood films, which have rocked the whole world. Not only in India, these films get a lot of love in other countries as well, due to which they earn huge money. But do you know that there are some Bollywood superstars whose films were banned in our neighboring country i.e. Pakistan and all kinds of arguments were given regarding this. Come, today we tell you the names of 9 such films, which were banned in Pakistan for one reason or the other.


Let’s start with the 1975 film Invasion. In this film, the love triangle of the soldiers was shown, where a soldier plans to kill his senior, because he proposed to marry his girlfriend. But this picture was not shown in Pakistan.


The 1971 film Border holds a special place in the hearts of every Indian. This film was made on the Indo-Pakistan war, but this film was not shown in Pakistan.

LOC Kargil

The film LOC Kargil, made on the Kargil war, was banned from showing in Pakistan, because it showed Pakistan’s bad defeat.


Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Preity Zinta starrer film Lakshya was made under the direction of Farhan Akhtar. But it is still during the Kargil war, so this film was banned in Pakistan.


How a Pakistani girl falls in love with an Indian boy during the India-Pakistan partition. The film Ghadar made on this became a big hit all over India. But this film was not shown in Pakistan. There was a lot of ruckus even in the name of this film.

The Attack of 26/11

The film made on 26/11 Mumbai attack showed how the Pakistanis targeted Mumbai and how the police caught them. This film was very much liked in India, but there was a ban on showing it in Pakistan.

Ek Tha Tiger

Salman Khan always got love all over the world, but his film Ek Tha Tiger was banned in Pakistan. Actually, the Broadcasting Ministry of Pakistan had objected to many scenes of this film and due to this the film was not released in Pakistan.

Run Milkha Run

Farhan Akhtar’s film Bhaag Milkha Bhaag was released in 2013. This film became very popular not only in India but also abroad. But this film was banned in Pakistan because the hero had a dialogue in it – I will not go to Pakistan.


Akshay Kumar’s film Baby was released in 2015, in which he played the role of an agent. But this film was banned in Pakistan, because they believed that the Muslim character was shown very negative in the film.

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