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No dearth of artistes in Bollywood Kavitha on ban on Pakistan actors

TRS MP K Kavitha say’s ban on Pakistan actors, when it is time to show patriotism, tokenism won’t work.

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TRS MP K Kavitha say’s ban on Pakistan actors, when it is time to show patriotism, tokenism won’t work.

Stating that tokenism won’t work when it is time to demonstrate patriotism telangana rashtra samithi Member of parliament Kalvakuntla Kavitha on Friday said Bollywood should reconsider casting Pakistani actors in Indian films as she mentioned in meet.

Kavitha say’s i believe in this time of misunderstanding where pak is time and again fascinating our country when sports personalities are boycotting playing with Pakistan, maybe we should also reassess. The bollywood should reassess working with Pakistani actors MP Kavitha said at an event in Nizamabad early today.

She mentioned that, when it is time to display patriotism tokenism would not work, Kavitha daughter of Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao, said to the media reporters. Here India does not have dearth of actors this is the situation when bollywood actors should stand with the country, Kavitha said at in media point.

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Detecting that there is no antagonism to artistes from other countries like Nepal, Lok Sabha member from Nizamabad said Bollywood should comprehend why political parties are opposing Pakistani artistes she said here her remarks came in the wake of the row over Btown film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil which is facing threat from MNS for featuring Pakistani actor Fawad Khan in it as we know earlier.

Here the film that features Fawad Khan in a cameo role ran into distress after Thackeray ran Maharashtra Navnirman Sena said they would not allow release of any movie in India that contained Pakistani artistes here at media report she said. Movie Ae Dil Hai Mushkil starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma in lead characters as we knew is due for release on October 28th  ahead of Diwali festival.

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