Salman Khan: Pakistani actors are artists, not terrorists

Advertisemen

Salman Khan highly criticises the Indian Motion Pictures Producers' Association (IMPPA)'s choice to consistently ban Pak artistes, CRB Tech reviews.


Salman Khan: Pakistani actors are artists, not terrorists



While Indo-Pak interaction are at an all-time low, Salman Khan has now come towards talk in assistance of Pakistani stars working in India and has bashed the decision for prohibiting them.

In a media connections, Salman Khan said, "They (Pakistani actors) are performers, not terrorists. Its the Government who allows them and gives visas."

To put factors in perspective, the Indian Movement Pictures Producers' Association (IMPPA) released an argument on Saturday (September 30) that no new Indian movies will become with Pakistani artistes until the scenario of anger between the two nations come to a stop.

The declaration study, "IMPPA at its 77th Yearly Common Conference on Sept 29, 2016 all settled to attraction all IMPPA associates to therefore in upcoming not to operate with any artistes, performers and specialists from Pakistan until the scenario of hostilities between Pakistan and Indian decreases and the federal govt of Indian states that all is well with Pakistan and Indian."

Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and Akshay Kumar, among others, tweeted in assistance of the surgical strikes performed by the Indian military on Pakistani terrorists on Thursday (September 29) morning hours.

Bollywood celebrity Salman Khan seems to be support Pakistani stars who have been experiencing serious critique and a possible ban after the Uri strike on a military camping in Jammu and Kashmir major death of 19 army forces. On boycott of Pakistani stars like Fawad Khan in Bollywood, Salman said,”They are artistes not terrorists. It’s the federal govt who gives them permits and visas.”

Ever since the Sept 18 strikes on the Army camping in Uri by Pakistani terrorists, there have been calls from all over India for a ban on Pakistani artistes operating here. Mumbai-based Indian Movement Pictures Production Association (IMPPA) on Saturday had even approved a solution to ban Pakistani stars from the market in the awaken of the Uri strike. In Mumbai, Raj Thackeray’s MNS celebration had last 7 days released a 48-hour ultimatum to Pakistani artistes and stars such as Fawad Khan and Ali Zafar, to keep Indian or else they would be “pushed out”.

So what do you think is it right or does it make sense to push out the Pakistani artists for the terrorist activities not by them and the only link is they are from the same clan. Does that mean all the Pakistani people are bad. General Singh says they have targeted terrorist and not Pakistani and so why do we need to target Pakistani artists working here. Thus our CRB Tech reviews over here has come to an end.
Advertisemen