Let we Indians wear our hearts on our sleeves and let our hearts beat in salutation of the sacrifice of our brave hearts.”
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App It represents India worldwide, hence banning Pakistani artists in Indian films would have also taken the protest against organised terrorism by the rogue nation, worldwide. But it’s important to clarify that our problem is not with the artists Atif or Rahat, but with their Pakistani nationality. It’s not a political stand but probably the families who have lost their sons, brothers, fathers would feel a lot better should the entire country show solidarity in any manner possible.”
Bollywood, says Supriyo, has a national responsibility. Supriyo said India has no problems with either Atif or Rahat. And, I very clearly recall that such a promise was made when Ae Dil Hai Mushkil had met protests due to Fawad Khan. Enough is enough now, ban them for their only crime, that is being a Pakistani. Supriyo says he is not able to comprehend the need or desire to cross the border for entertainment content at a time when tensions on the India-Pakistan border have escalated. “Atif as an artist sounds great in ‘Dil diya gallan” and Rahat is a great singer too. The FM stations played the song galore while news channels announced the name of our soldiers martyred by Pakistan-sponsored terrorists,” he said. Related News
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Updated: February 18, 2018 5:43 pm
Babul Supriyo says he is not able to comprehend the need or desire to cross the border for entertainment content at a time when tensions on the India-Pakistan border have escalated. I am also not sure why Atif Aslam got to sing “Dil diya gallan” when for sure our very own Arijit could have done a much better job. “Bollywood is an integral part of that Indianism. “And why is Pakisan’s entertainment industry silent over cross-border terrorism,” Supriyo wonders.