We all know how much Hamza Ali Abbasi loves commenting on current issues and Pakistani politics. He dares to speak the unspeakable and discusses the most contentious issues!

Controversy follows him everywhere he goes & every word he says becomes an issue! And yet again, the Mann Mayal hero is being slammed for his recent tweet against the ‘dubious ban’ on the Bollywood movie ‘Padman’ in Pakistan.

Last week, there was a massive social media brouhaha as the rumor of Akshay Kumar’s social drama being banned in Pakistan hit the internet. And as expected, all hell broke loose on Twitter!

Based on menstruation, the movie still has not received a green signal from the nation’s censor board while it will be hitting the cinemas in as many as 50 countries worldwide.

Pakistani actresses like Armeena Rana Khan and Sanam Saeed, along with various female journalists took to social media to raise their voice against the ban on the movie. The issue was bound to irk many starlets and they fiercely criticized the idea of barring its release.

But Hamza Ali Abbasi has become the first male celebrity of Pakistan to condemn the matter!

Them eyes tho!👀💜 – #HamzaAliAbbasi #SKMCH

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He did not shy away to lambast Central Board of Film Censors in a ferocious tweet!

The funny part is that Abbasi trolled his own self with the ‘Wannabee Mullah’ remark. Nevertheless, he expressed his deep concern that an educational cinematic endeavor about mensturation is facing obstacles in its release while Pamdavat gets approved for screening.

However, Twitterverse clearly did not agree with him!

People believe that making a movie on periods is a ridiculous idea!

Majority stated that all Indian movies should be banned.

A debate kickstarted that a topic as sensitive as mensturation should not be discussed in public.

A point was raised that the audience who  should actually see the movie can not even afford the ticket to watch it in cinemas.

And somebody even suggested that men should be barred from watching this movie in cinemas.

Starring Akshay Kumar, Radhika Apte and Sonam Kapoor, the film is inspired by the life of Arunachalam Muruganantham, a Tamil Nadu social activist who introduced low-cost sanitary pads to villages in India.

As per reports, the final verdict on the movie’s release will be revealed soon. Let’s keep our fingers crossed and stay tuned to this space for further updates.