Pakistani filmmaker Mahira Khan’s new film “Verna” has been banned across Pakistan. According to details, the ban was imposed by the Central Board of Film Sensors Islamabad (CBFC). The statement on the board was told that the film “otherwise” is inappropriate for the flanks, so now Phil Board will test the full screen of the movie. It was believed that Mahira Khan’s film “Verna” was a premier show in Lahore today, after which Premier Show was held in Islamabad and tomorrow Karachi. The film team’s PR, Samra Muslim, refused to report the ban as a means of reputation and said that the invitation of Premier Show was distributed among more than half of the people. Pakistan’s Federal Censor Board has stopped Verna from being screened. The movie is scheduled to be released on November 17.