After Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) gave a 48 hours ultimatum to all Pakistani actors to leave India, including Fawad Khan, news of Pakistan banning Indian cricketing legend Dhoni's biopic has been all over the news.
Known for its quirky advertisement sense, the picture shows a clean shaven Fawad crossing the borders, titled "Going Fawad or thinking backward?' And as if that wasn't enough, they labelled their butter as 'Soft target for bread". The IMPPA took this step as they were unhappy about the fact that none of the Pakistani artists, India has so closely been associated with, have condemned the recent Uri attacks.
Tensions between India and Pakistan have escalated since the September 18 terror strike on an army camp in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir, in which 18 Indian soldiers were killed. It has been considered one of the deadliest attacks on the armed forces of our country.
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Meanwhile, the IMPPA has banned the Pakistani actors and artists from performing in the country until the political issue is resolved for good.
Also a source has revealed that Fawad Khan has already left India and is unlikely that he will return to the country to promote Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. If banning actors can stop terrorism, they should do it. Another film that is also under MNS radar is Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Raees which stars Mahira Khan, again a Pakistan actress.