12 days after the deadly terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama carried out by Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed took place, India responded with a surgical strike 2.0, wherein Indian Air Force destroyed a major JeM training camp. While the nation bursts out applauding for the Indian defence and political parties unite to laud the move, this has evoked negative reactions from the neighbouring country which claims India has entered their airspace by violating the LoC.
Apart from Pakistan PM Imran Khan saying that they will respond to this, Pakistan's Information and Broadcasting Ministry has issued a complete ban on Indian films and advertisements. The country's Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry, on Tuesday, made the announcement on Twitter.
Earlier, as an aftermath of the Pulwama attack, All Indian Cine Workers Association banned all Pakistani artistes from working in the country. "AICWA stands with the nation in confronting such terror and inhumanity. We're officially announcing a total ban on Pakistani Actors and Artists working in Film Industry. Still, if any organisation insist on working with Pakistani Artists, they will be banned by AICWA and strong action will be taken against them," the notice read.