This photograph taken on April 11, 2011 shows chief of Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa Hafiz Mohammad Saeed (L). (AFP PHOTO/Aamir QURESHI)
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A lawyer for a suspected Pakistani militant wanted by the U.S. said Thursday a court has banned an upcoming Bollywood movie that imagines his client being assassinated.Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, who has a $10 million bounty on his head over his alleged involvement in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, had petitioned the Lahore High Court to ban the film "Phantom," saying it posed a threat to his life and was Indian propaganda meant to hurt Pakistan's image."Phantom" will be released in India on Aug. 28 .
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