PEMRA Bans Bol Entertainment’s Tick Tock Show for Airing Objectionable Content

Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) has imposed a ban on Bol Entertainment’s program “Tick Tock Show.”

The media regulator has banned the show under Section 27 of the PEMRA Ordinance.


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According to details, PEMRA had previously served a show-cause notice to Bol Entertainment’s administration after receiving numerous complaints against the “Tick Tock Show” on Pakistan Citizen Portal.

The complainants contended that the show broadcast objectionable videos with obscene content.


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PEMRA had directed Bol Entertainment to revise the content televised during the show and reconcile the show in accordance with the norms of Pakistani society.

However, Bol Entertainment did not respond to the show-cause notice and continued televising the show, forcing the media watchdog to impose a ban on the “Tick Tock Show.”


  • Pemra should also take notice of the dressing in game show aisy chaly ga. The rough language the participants use. Even they are appreciated for being as rude as they can be. This should be stopped INSTANTLY.
    This is having a very bad impact on viewers mind.

  • Pemra should also take notice of the dressing in game show aisy chaly ga. The rough language the participants use. Even they are appreciated for being as rude as they can be. This should be stopped INSTANTLY.
    This is having a very bad impact on viewers mind.


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