The discharge of spy thriller Mission Majnu’s trailer kickstarted a debate on Pakistan and Muslims seen by the lens of the Indian cinema. Termed a “propaganda” movie, it was closely criticised by Pakistani netizens. Some 10 days later, the movie premiered on Netflix and Pakistani Twitter is effervescent with confusion to see it topping the trending films listing in Pakistan on the streaming web site.
Mission Majnu launched on Friday and judging by its placement within the high developments, it has made it to lots of people’s weekend plans. Be it to confirm the character of the movie or to troll it some extra, Pakistanis are watching it and airing their opinions on Twitter. While some are calling it out for “distortion” of info and “transliteration”, others are leaving a PSA, saying that it ought to, on the very least, be streamed on a 3rd get together web site, to keep away from giving the movie extra views.
Twitter customers are attaching screenshots from the movie to speak concerning the “transliteration”.
Even Indians are tagging Netflix India to supply translation corrections.
Pakistani netizens suppose the movie has strayed removed from actuality and is simply too centered on a sure rhetoric.
Whereas they don’t perceive why Pakistanis are watching the movie in any respect, they need to keep away from mountain climbing up the viewership.
It doesn’t matter what occurs, the meme brigade by no means sleeps.
Have you ever watched Mission Majnu?