Web Desk: In a calculated move for the swift release of the movie ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ the producers of the movie met Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Raj Thackeray, during which they promised not to work with any Pakistani artist again and committed to pay 5 crore for Indian Army Welfare Fund for the families of the soldiers who lost their life at LoC, after which the leaders gave a go ahead for the picture’s release, reported India Media.
According to the details Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Director Karan Johar and Producer Mukesh Bhatt were present in the meeting during which they tried to convince both the Leaders for the smooth release of the movie throughout India, as their party had threatened to vandalize cinemas and not let the film release as it starred Pakistani Actor Fawad Khan.
“We had a constructive meeting. Shared emotions of industry. For us, India comes first. I have assured Chief Minister that…we’ll not work with Pakistani actors,” Mr Bhatt said
Few among the Bolloywood Fraternity have said that due to the prevailing tensed situation between the two neighboring countries Pakistani artist should be banned from working in Bollywood.
Earlier this week, Indian Union home minister Rajnath Singh assured his full support for ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ release to the producer of the movie Mukesh Bhatt .Karan Johar too released a video statement declaring that his country came first and he will not use Pakistani artists in future projects.
He added that his movie was shot much before the tension between Pakistan and India.