Pulwama attack: Pakistani artists working in India did not write a word about the attack

Adnan Sami, of Indian descent, mourned but remained silent across the border.
Pulwama attack: Pakistani artists working in India did not write a word about the attack

The suicide attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir is being condemned across the country. In this cowardly attack, 44 soldiers were killed and the same number were injured. This terrorist attack has shaken the entire country and the Indian film industry.

The Pakistan-backed militant group Jaish-e-Mohammed has claimed responsibility for the attack. Due to this there is a lot of anger against Pakistan all over the country. Artists and filmmakers are mourning the terrorist incident and paying tribute to the brave soldiers. Surprisingly, a Pakistani film actor who has worked in Bollywood films to strengthen his bank balance did not write or say a word condemning the Pulwama attack.

Silence in the wake of India’s terrorist attacks may be a political obligation for Pakistani artists, but can they show the power to do justice to human rights? In this regard, veteran film journalist Ramachandran Srinivasan says that Pakistani actors enter the Indian film industry only for name and price, not because of any emotion. Ramachandran, who has met many Pakistani artists in his career, has clearly said that our love is Pak Mohabbat Hai, his Khak Mohabbat Hai.

  • A check of Fawad and Imran’s social media accounts revealed that no one had tweeted about the Pulwama terror attack.
  • Actress Mahira Khan’s Twitter account, which made its Bollywood debut with Shah Rukh Khan’s Rais, is silent on this heinous incident.
  • Sajal Ali, who played his daughter in Sridevi’s Mom, did not write a word against the terrorist incident.
  • The social media accounts of Saba Kamar, who played the lead role in Irrfan Khan’s Hindi medium, have not commented on the incident.
  • Ali Zafar has acted in many Bollywood films, but there has been no reaction from Zafar.
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You will recall that after the terrorist attacks in Uri in 2016, Pakistani artists were banned from working in the Hindi film industry. In return, Pakistan banned the screening of Indian films, which continued for the next few months. Karan Johar’s film A Dil Hai Mushkil, which was released that year, also starred Pakistani actors Fawad Khan and Imran Abbas in cameo roles.

After the attack, Karan had to cut Fawad’s scene to release the film. Although Imran’s scenes were relatively small, his scenes were not affected. Fawad made his Bollywood debut with Khubsurat. At the same time, Imran Bhatt started the Bollywood innings of Shibir’s film Creature.

In the wake of the Pulwama terror attack, Indian filmmakers also want to send a strong message to the Pakistani art world that love cannot be one-sided. That is why veteran writer Javed Akhtar and actress Shabana Azmi have canceled an event organized by the Karachi Art Council in honor of Kaifi Ajmi, on the basis of which a Pakistani journalist called it shameful and told Javed that people involved in the industry should be involved. What’s wrong Javed Akhtar replied that without bothering him, he should ask his rulers who are sponsoring and nurturing terrorists like Masood Azhar. Who sent Kasab to my city? If your image is so bad, then only those people are responsible for it, no one else.

Adnan Sami, a singer and musician of Pakistani descent, acquired Indian citizenship a few years ago. He also strongly condemned the incident. Adnan writes: Today’s most shocking news is the Pulwama attack. My heart goes out to our brave soldiers who gave their lives in this heinous attack.

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