1. Various of a local cinema in Karachi, with billboards of Pakistani film and Star Wars, an American film
2. Tilt up of gate of cinema with people entering, and then showing the billboards of films being screened
3. Various of people buying ticket for the film
4. Various of people looking at posters of films inside the cinema
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Sami Sani, Actor:
"People want to watch Indian movies because somehow our culture matches. Somehow, things, or whatever they are trying to do, we do here also. So I don't want to feel ashamed while watching Indian movie, or that would mean I am not patriotic. No, I'm a Pakistani and I'm a pure patriot. But, definitely, I myself want to watch good movies, my family wants to watch good movies, we want good entertainment. So if I'm getting entertainment from Indian movie, why shouldn't I go and watch an Indian movie?"
6. Sami Sani getting photographs with fans
7. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Javed Iqbal, Film enthusiast:
"I believe that Indian films shouldn't be screened in Pakistan. As patriotic Pakistanis, we should be able to distinguish friend from foe. Don't Indian movies show anti-Pakistani content? Their dramas also show anti-Pakistani stuff. How could we accept India as our friend? I'm totally against Indian movies and dramas being shown here, and I'd call for a complete boycott."
Cinemas in Pakistan will resume the screening of Indian movies from Monday, following a self-imposed ban.
Representatives of major cinema houses said that they had only suspended the screening of Indian films but had not completely banned them.
They added that the resumption is important to ensure cinemas remain financially viable.
The first film to be screened will be actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Freaky Ali.
On September 30, Pakistani cinemas' owners announced their decision to indefinitely cease the screening of all Indian films as a protest against the ban of Pakistani artists in India and to show solidarity with the armed forces of Pakistan.
The response to the decision of cinema owners was mixed. Filmmakers and actors welcomed the decision, saying that art transcends boundaries.
Indian movies returned to Pakistani cinema houses in 2008 after a 43-year-long hiatus imposed during the 1965 war.