The Republic India Mumbai: After the attack on CRPF jawans in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama, there is anger against Pakistan in the country. On February 14, 40 soldiers were killed in the attack on the troop and many were injured. After this attack, there was a demand for television and film industries for Pakistani artists. So today, the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has announced that it will be banned for any family family with Pakistani artists.
After Ben’s decision, it has now been reported that Salman Khan has removed Asif Aslam’s song from his film ‘Notebook’ under the banner of his production house. According to reports, Salman has told ‘Salman Khan Films’ that he should remove Atif’s song from the film. It is reported that the song will be re-recorded in a day or two. Tell you that Nitin directs the ‘Kakkar’. Zaheer Iqbal and Pranootan Bahl are debuting in Hindi cinema.
Let us tell you about the Pulwama attack All India Cine Workers Association is working on the work of Pakistani artists in Bollywood. FWICE Chief Advisor Ashok Pandit said, “We will be film producers who insist on working with Pakistani artists. Since they are not embarrassed, we will have to bring them back and do it.
Earlier, 40 soldiers of CRPF were martyred in a terrorist attack on February 14 in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir. The suicide attacker of Jaish-e-Mohammed carried out the attack by attacking a 100 kilogram explosive-laden vehicle on the CRPF bus. Since the attack, the country is angry and is protesting against Pakistan everywhere. The entire country, including the families of martyrs, is seeking revenge for the attack.