International Guerillas  

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International Guerrillas (Original title: International Gorillay) is a 1990 spy action film from Pakistan, originally released in the context of the Satanic Verses controversy. The movie portrays Salman Rushdie as its main villain. The film was made in the Urdu language; it also features several musical numbers including songs and dances.

The film was produced by Sajjad Gul, who described it as a purely commercial rather than an artistic one.



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