In the aftermath of the deadly terror attack that recently took place in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama, All India Cine Workers' Association has issued a complete ban on Pakistani artistes. While Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier said the army was given a 'free hand' as to decide how to tackle it, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan said his country would 'retaliate' if attacked by India. Relationships of all spheres seem to be straining out, owing to the tension.
Meanwhile, Pakistani actor and singer Ali Zafar, who has appeared in a number of Hindi films (the last one being Dear Zindagi) and enjoyed an immense fan following in India, is receiving strong backlash on social media. He took to Twitter to admire Imran Khan's speech, which especially irked his fans from Bollywood.
On Monday, the actor shared a photo of Imran Khan welcoming the Saudi Crown Prince to Pakistan. Pakistan recently sought help from Saudi Arabia for its 2.5 million Pak labourers living a difficult life in the country. "We can't say no to Pakistan," was the crown prince's answer. No wonder it bagged angry response from all of Ali's Indian followers.
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Wars of words are no less powerful, you see!