Ae Dil out of Mushkil

Posted on Oct 21 2016 - 3:30am
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Ae Dil out of Mushkil family, wedding pictures, age, height, weight, biography

Aishwarya and Ranbir in a still from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

Saniya Khan, 19, student

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I condemn the Uri attack and I appreciate the surgical strikes. But when it comes to banning Pakistan artistes, I disapprove. There are many people in both countries who wish to sort out these differences. If you want to teach a lesson to terrorists, kill them. Raging a war against innocent actors makes no sense. The film is an effort by Indian artistes who have worked day and night for this film. It is unfair to punish more than 200 people just because of one Pakistani actor. The film should be released, at least for the sake of Indians who worked in it

Amir Khan, 25, entrepreneur

It is unjust to hamper art and culture between two countries. If the government stops the release of the movie, why would any artiste work for Indian films in future? As far as Fawad is concerned, he is a lovable and good artiste. I believe that art and culture should not be dragged in for political motives. I think the movie should be released, as it will be a gala time for us to watch it during Diwali. The story line of the movie is great. The movie will earn a lot which will be go into the Indian treasury and not Pakistan’s

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Anu Gandhi, 39, event planner

I think there is no harm in releasing the movie starring Fawad. I believe there should not be any kind of partition when it comes to art and culture. Fawad worked in the movie with a work permit given by the Indian government, then why are people making a hue and cry about the release of the movie? The artistes are called from Pakistan because our producers think they can sell the movies and earn money. If the government has a problem with Pakistani actors, Indian film-makers should not sign up actors from other countries in future in order to avoid controversy

Shashank Shekhar, 33, model and actor

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I believe the film should be released. There is a combined effort that goes into the making of a film. There is only one Pakistani actor but there are a number of Indian crew members who have worked really hard. Our country men should be the priority here. Not only here, but also in casting them in films. We have always welcomed Pakistani artistes in our country with open arms. I know this is a natural reaction towards Fawad. But I would still urge my countrymen to reconsider their stand keeping in mind the effort of other Indians that has gone into the making of the film

Imbesat Fatema, 27, blogger

Yes, the film should be released because it was shot before the attacks. And except for one Pakistani artiste, all the artistes, crew members, producers, director, everybody is Indian. We can’t stand against our own people while trying to take a stand for our country. All these people will bear the brunt and it won’t be fair to them who have put in so much hard work. In the wake of the Uri attacks, I don’t think we should engage in any sort of cultural exchange between the two nations until the matter is resolved and the government thinks otherwise

Manu Maharaaj, 40, SSP, Patna 

The police will provide security to theatres in case any problem arises. The police would ensure that no one takes the law in their hands. Anyhow, we have beefed up security owing to the festive season

Sharad Gupta, 38 Manager, Mona cinema

When the movie releases, we will ask the police for safety of our viewers

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Ae Dil out of Mushkil was last modified: October 21st, 2016 by greendecker

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