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Pulwama Terror Attack: Fans ask Bollywood to stop giving work and entertain Pakistan; 'Total Dhamaal' on watch list

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 15 February 2019, 11:44 IST
Ajay Karan Salman

The Pulwama terror attack has really an heartbroken incident of the nation and in this tough time, the whole nation is standing together to fight against the terrorism and rival country Pakistan. The whole Bollywood has came out in the condolences over the attack and superstars Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar and others have done tweets related to condolences.

It is known that the same such kind of incident took place in 2016 as well, when some miltants attacked at Army base camp in Uri. After that attack, the Bollywood producers council even banned the Pakistani artists in India and they were not been allowed to work in the country for a long time. We have example like Fawad Khan, Ali Zafar and others who never came back after they went back to their country.

 

Now once again the Bollywood is in question and once again the fans have started asking will Bollywood take action against Pakistan after this shameful incident. Will Bollywood once ban the Pakistani artists and also to stop the release of their films in Pakistan. The deeply hurt audience is saying to stop entertaining Pakistan with the Bollywood movies and not to release Bollywood films in Pakistan.

 

The film Total Dhamaal that is slated to release on 22nd February 2019, is now on the watch list and what will be decision of the producers after this shameful incident. Let us tell you recently, film Uri – Surgical Strike released and it went a huge grossing film of year 2019 with the box office collection around 215 crores.

Also Read - Pulwama Attack: From Salman Khan to Akshay Kumar, Bollywood condolences this brutal attack on Indian army

First published: 15 February 2019, 11:44 IST
 
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