Hema Malini, the 67-year-old actress also told that people should not inquire for proof of the surgical walkout.
Mumbai: A day after directing clear of the dispute adjoining the ban on Pakistani artistes in India, actress cum politician Hema Malini now made her stand perfect saying she does not upkeep their existence in Bollywood.
The heroine, who is a BJP MP from Mathura, says she will always with our soldiers, who are struggling for the nation.
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Malini wrote “I would like to express that I am 100 percent with our jawans who are struggling and dying for our nation do not care Pak artists working here. Jai Hind!”
Admiring the Indian defence amenities’ struggles, the 67-year-old heroine said persons should not ask for the evidence of the surgical strike.
“Indian army has completed a great work with the surgical strikes and the complete country should be compassionate of them. Why ask for proof of action?”
Malini, though, had vexed to play safe on the matter yesterday, saying, “As an artist, I praise their work then I don’t want to remark on whether they should sustain here or leave this republic.
“Artists are artists whether they are from India or Pakistan. Then it is unlucky that they are from Pakistan. I should say that they are great artists. They have did well here in India,” she had told.
There has been a rising demand to suspend Pakistani artists like Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan in the rouse of Uri terror attack.
Raj Thackeray-led MNS had newly set an ultimatum to the artistes to leave the nation. They also exposed to disturb the shooting of Bollywood movies starring actors from all over the border.
Bollywood appears divided on the concern. Though Salman Khan, Anurag Kashyap, Karan Johar, Om Puri, Hansal Mehta and Nagesh Kukunoor have faced the ban, stars like Randeep Hooda, Sonali Bendre and Nana Patekar have supported it.