A critically acclaimed Pakistani film on Islam has been released across cinemas in India.
It is the first Pakistani film to get a wide commercial release in India in over four decades.
Khuda Kay Liye (In the Name of God) focuses on the lives of Muslims after the 11 September 2001 attacks on the United States.
Officially, India and Pakistan have banned each other's films since going to war in 1965.
Afghanistan enforces a ban:
The Afghan government has told private television stations in the country to stop broadcasting Indian soap operas.
There are six Indian soap operas running in Afghanistan, providing vital revenue for TV stations, but they have been criticised for being un-Islamic.
A television show broadcast recently which showed Afghan men and women dancing together at a movie awards ceremony caused uproar in parliament