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Pakistani customers look at advertising still photographs as they arrive at a cinema to watch the newly released Pakistani film 'Main Houn Afridi' ('I am Afridi') in Karachi on August 23, 2013. A Pakistani film inspired by the fairytale career of cricket star Shahid Afridi hit cinemas on August 23 despite objections from the cricket star. The multi-starrer $1 million Pakistan-made movie 'Main Houn Afridi' ('I am Afridi') is inspired by Afridi's life and tells the story of a young man who dreams of becoming as great a player as Afridi, and the trials he faces as he tries to follow in his hero's footsteps. The big-hitting all-rounder had first given his blessing to the producers but last week expressed his angriness over a 'obscene' scene in which the hero hugs and kisses a girl in a nightclub, fearing it could damage his image. AFP PHOTO / RIZWAN TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani customers look at advertising still photographs as they arrive at a cinema to watch the newly released Pakistani film 'Main Houn Afridi' ('I am Afridi') in Karachi on August 23, 2013. A Pakistani film inspired by the fairytale career of cricket star Shahid Afridi hit cinemas on August 23 despite objections from the cricket star. The multi-starrer $1 million Pakistan-made movie 'Main Houn Afridi' ('I am Afridi') is inspired by Afridi's life and tells the story of a young man who dreams of becoming as great a player as Afridi, and the trials he faces as he tries to follow in his hero's footsteps. The big-hitting all-rounder had first given his blessing to the producers but last week expressed his angriness over a 'obscene' scene in which the hero hugs and kisses a girl in a nightclub, fearing it could damage his image. AFP PHOTO / RIZWAN TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)
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August 23, 2013
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Pakistani customers look at advertising still photographs as they... News Photo 177463652Advertisement,Arrival,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Customer,Film Industry,Horizontal,Karachi,Look,Movie,New,Pakistan,Pakistani,Photographs,Photography,Releasing,Still,WatchPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPPakistani customers look at advertising still photographs as they arrive at a cinema to watch the newly released Pakistani film 'Main Houn Afridi' ('I am Afridi') in Karachi on August 23, 2013. A Pakistani film inspired by the fairytale career of cricket star Shahid Afridi hit cinemas on August 23 despite objections from the cricket star. The multi-starrer $1 million Pakistan-made movie 'Main Houn Afridi' ('I am Afridi') is inspired by Afridi's life and tells the story of a young man who dreams of becoming as great a player as Afridi, and the trials he faces as he tries to follow in his hero's footsteps. The big-hitting all-rounder had first given his blessing to the producers but last week expressed his angriness over a 'obscene' scene in which the hero hugs and kisses a girl in a nightclub, fearing it could damage his image. AFP PHOTO / RIZWAN TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)