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Naeeruddin Shah has previously appeared in Pakistani films like Khuda Kay Liye and Zinda Bhaag.
DHARMASALA (Web Desk / AFP) – Veteran Indian actor Naseeruddin Shah has said that he will work in Pakistani movies if the relations between both the neighbouring countries improve and normalcy returns in the region.
“It depends on the future circumstances whether I would work in Pakistan or not. I don’t know what circumstances will be there (in future). When I will get an offer from Pakistan in future, then I will look through the circumstances and then decide,” Naseeruddin said at a press conference at the fifth edition of Dharamshala International Film Festival on Sunday.
“I have worked in two Pakistani films. In last few years, we went to Pakistan to do our theatre shows, but this year we were not able to go there,” he added.
Tensions between India and Pakistan have soared since grenade-hurling militants raided India’s Uri army base near the de-facto border dividing Kashmir on September 18 in the worst such attack for years.
Asked whether the Indian government should think about banning Pakistani artistes from working in India, Naseeruddin said, “The government will decide what should be done in it. I feel that we should respect the government’s decision. Whatever the government would decide, that will be correct for me and if the government says no to Pakistani artists, then it’s obvious that nobody will work with them, not even me.”
Naseeruddin Shah has previously appeared in Pakistani films like Khuda Kay Liye and Zinda Bhaag.
Following the September raid, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association, which represents a number of Hindi film industry employees, passed a motion banning Pakistani artists until relations improve.
Pakistan’s Film Exhibitors and Distributors group responded by suspending the screening of all Indian films “until normalcy returns”.
Pakistan’s state-run media authorityalso banned all Indian content from television and radio networks. It threatened to suspend the licences of any station caught flouting the ban.
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