Ajay Devgn is the modern Bollywood celebrity to come out in backing of ban on Pakistani artists working in our nation India, speaking he don’t want to share screen space with them currently.
Ajay Devgn, 47, whose movie Shivaay is pocked against Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil at the Bollywood box office well along this month, told he is not concerned about its publication in Pakistan.
“This is the time to stand by the country”, Ajay said.
Pakistan star Fawad Khan has a distinct character in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, when enquired if he will share screen or any inventive space with any Pakistani artist, Ajay said, “Not at the instant. I am very vibrant on this as you are an Indian initially. I never care if my movie doesn’t release in Pakistan. Their artists are upended by their nation. They are making money here but are piercing by their country. We should acquire from them to say.”
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Maharashtra Navnirman Sena gave a petition to Pakistani artists to leave India and also requested for a ban on them employed in Bollywood in the rouse of the Uri terror attack on 18 September.
They have also endangered to booth the release of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees, featuring Mahira Khan.
Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) has also delivered a motion to ban artists from through the border until Indo-Pak relationships are normalized.
In a conversation, Ajay told CNN-News 18, though he understands one should not link artists with terrorists, when the links between India and Pakistan are edgy, it is not possible to speak about interchange of art and culture.
“There is an altercation of bullets occurring and you are speaking about exchange of arts? We cannot separate ourselves from the country.”
Karan Johar and Salman Khan had said prohibiting Pakistani artists from working in Bollywood was not an explanation but there are numerous in the trade who have reinforced such a move in the wake of growing tension amid the two nations.
When inquired about his take on Salman khan’s and Karan’s commentaries on the substance, Ajay said, “It is depressing. You need to take a stance.”
Minutes after the talk, Ajay’s wife Kajol piled praise on him just by tweeting, “So proud of my husband for taking a non-political and correct stand.”