LAHORE - Justice Waqar Hassan Mir of Lahore High Court Tuesday disposed of a petition seeking ban on exhibition of Indian films in Pakistan in protest to exclusion of Pakistani cricketers from Indian Premier League (IPL). The judge directed the petitioner to approach the authorities concerned in order to redress grievance. However, Justice Mir observed, Its a blessing in disguise that the Pakistani cricket players were not selected in IPL considering the pathetic performance of Pakistani team during its matches in Australia. The petition was filed by Muhammad Hussain, a citizen, who through his counsel Ishtiaq Ahmed Chaudhry contended that the Pakistan was the world champion in T-20 cricket tournament but ironically none of our national player was selected for any IPL team, as owners of all teams intentionally stayed away from giving bid for Pakistani team. Petitioner said this act caused great humiliation not only for players but to the whole nation while the Indian films were being exhibited throughout the country. He said Pakistani government should also hold a cricket league on pattern of IPL so that Pakistani cricketers and fans could get some relief. He prayed to the court to ban exhibition of Indian films till Indian government seek public apology over humiliation of Pakistani crickets and nation.