Indian film body bans Pakistani actors

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Resolution came on a day the Indian Army announced that seven terror launch pads were targeted across the Line of Control by special forces

Indian Motion Picture Producers Association on Thursday passed a resolution to ban Pakistani actors from the industry in the wake of the Uri attack.

“IMPPA in their 87th annual general meeting passed a resolution that no Pakistani will be hired by their producer members forever,” producer T P Aggarwal, the president of IMPPA, told PTI.

The resolution came on a day the Indian Army announced that seven terror launch pads were targeted across the Line of Control by special forces during a ‘surgical strike’ overnight in which heliborne and ground forces were used.

Producer Ashoke Pandit, a member of the IMPPA, said, “IMPPA paid homage to the martyrs who were killed in Uri. It therefore felt its responsibility towards the nation and passed a resolution banning Pakistani Actors & technicians in India till normalcy returns. For IMPPA, nation comes first.”

18 Army personnel were killed in the Uri attack.

The decision came amid demands by various political outfits to ban Pakistani artistes from Indian films and performing in India.

Also, apparently Aggarwal has replaced the popular Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan from his upcoming film “Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laddoo Deewana“.

Fawad stars in a cameo in filmmaker Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil“, which is slated for release this Diwali.

Reportedly, Fawad has two Indian films in his kitty — Johar’s production co-starring Katrina Kaif and superstar Salman Khan’s production.

Raees” is set for January, 2017 release.

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Indian Motion Picture Producers Association on Thursday passed a resolution to ban Pakistani actors from the industry in the wake of the Uri attack.


“IMPPA in their 87th annual general meeting passed a resolution that no Pakistani will be hired by their producer members forever,” producer T P Aggarwal, the president of IMPPA, told PTI.


The resolution came on a day the Indian Army announced that seven terror launch pads were targeted across the Line of Control by special forces during a ‘surgical strike’ overnight in which heliborne and ground forces were used.


Producer Ashoke Pandit, a member of the IMPPA, said, “IMPPA paid homage to the martyrs who were killed in Uri. It therefore felt its responsibility towards the nation and passed a resolution banning Pakistani Actors & technicians in India till normalcy returns. For IMPPA, nation comes first.”


18 Army personnel were killed in the Uri attack.


The decision came amid demands by various political outfits to ban Pakistani artistes from Indian films and performing in India.




Also, apparently Aggarwal has replaced the popular Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan from his upcoming film “Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laddoo Deewana“.


Fawad stars in a cameo in filmmaker Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil“, which is slated for release this Diwali.


Reportedly, Fawad has two Indian films in his kitty — Johar’s production co-starring Katrina Kaif and superstar Salman Khan’s production.



Raees” is set for January, 2017 release.


Ali Zafar has acted in Shah Rukh and Alia Bhatt-starrer “Dear Zindagi“, scheduled for November release.

Indian film body bans Pakistani actors

Resolution came on a day the Indian Army announced that seven terror launch pads were targeted across the Line of Control by special forces

Resolution came on a day the Indian Army announced that seven terror launch pads were targeted across the Line of Control by special forces

Indian Motion Picture Producers Association on Thursday passed a resolution to ban Pakistani actors from the industry in the wake of the Uri attack.


“IMPPA in their 87th annual general meeting passed a resolution that no Pakistani will be hired by their producer members forever,” producer T P Aggarwal, the president of IMPPA, told PTI.


The resolution came on a day the Indian Army announced that seven terror launch pads were targeted across the Line of Control by special forces during a ‘surgical strike’ overnight in which heliborne and ground forces were used.


Producer Ashoke Pandit, a member of the IMPPA, said, “IMPPA paid homage to the martyrs who were killed in Uri. It therefore felt its responsibility towards the nation and passed a resolution banning Pakistani Actors & technicians in India till normalcy returns. For IMPPA, nation comes first.”


18 Army personnel were killed in the Uri attack.


The decision came amid demands by various political outfits to ban Pakistani artistes from Indian films and performing in India.




Also, apparently Aggarwal has replaced the popular Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan from his upcoming film “Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laddoo Deewana“.


Fawad stars in a cameo in filmmaker Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil“, which is slated for release this Diwali.


Reportedly, Fawad has two Indian films in his kitty — Johar’s production co-starring Katrina Kaif and superstar Salman Khan’s production.



Raees” is set for January, 2017 release.


Ali Zafar has acted in Shah Rukh and Alia Bhatt-starrer “Dear Zindagi“, scheduled for November release.

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Press Trust of India

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