Maharashtra Navnirman Sena, which turned aggressive after Uri attacks and warned Pakistani artists to leave India within 48 hours, revealed that they had no enmity with Karan Johar. They mentioned in their opinion that they would not allow the release of any movie in India which has the role of any Pakistani artist in it.
Week after the terrorist attack in a region of Jammu and Kashmir, Indian public got tempered to see their 18 soldiers martyred in the confrontation. Political parties in India condemned the assault of army men and also protested against the artist of their country who are active in Indian film industry. MNS as well as BJP admonished the artists belonging to Pakistan to return back to their nation.
Bhartiy Janata Party and MNS told media that they will never allow the films having Pakistani artist’s role in it release in Indian theaters. While reacting to the queries asked by media persons, the illustrious political parties unveiled that Indian movies and TV shows are banned in Pakistan and hence they are sternly opposing the artists from the country whose perpetrators recently invaded in the most controversial region in Asia and assaulted Indian soldiers.