"Adjustments in the festival structure, the film programming and the total number of invited films will be defined by the festival management within the coming weeks," the organisers said in a statement.
Prime Minister Imran Khan and other government officials and celebrities expressed their sadness over the demise of Qaiser. The premier remembered him not just as a performer but as someone who "would constantly raise awareness about social injustices and issues.”
The 66-year-old entertainer, who spread smiles across the country for decade, passed away in Germany on the way to the US for treatment on Saturday, his son said.
Commenting on the content of both the countries, Sanam said, "The similarities I see between Indian and Pakistani content is that they wear the same colour, we talk the same, we have the same cultures, history and background. So, essentially we are the same people who take different liberty to tell our stories..."
The celebrities shared the news on social media and expressed their shock and horror. However, many tweeps condemned people who are sharing heartwrenching videos from the tourist site.