Karan Johar : No Pakistani actors in Future
UMBAI: Fear of flops is forcing big names in Bollywood to rethink on Pakistani Actors. A day after the MNS issued an oblique threat to multiplexes if they went ahead with the release of Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (ADHM) that features Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, Johar and Mukesh Bhatt (president of the Film & Television Producers Guild of India) tried to make peace. Johar even saying he would not engage with actors from across the border in future. However social media was not satisfied.
After 2 weeks silence, fear of film flopping made Karan Johar finally say he won't work with Pakistani actors anymore. Too little, too late!
— गीतिका (@ggiittiikkaa) October 18, 2016
“We’re very relieved after the meeting. Both the CP and the joint CP have assured us of all the cooperation needed for a smooth release of the film. They are taking necessary precautions to avert any untoward incident,” Bhatt told TOI at the end of an hour-long meeting.
DCP Ashok Dudhe, spokesperson for the city police, said, “We will deploy our personnel and provide security to all the multiplexes and single-screen cinema halls. Our job is to maintain law and order.”
MNS leader Amey Khopkar had issued a veiled warning on Monday that if any multiplex operator across the state dared screen the film, they should remember that their premises are “decorated with expensive glass sheets”.