From Luka Chhupi actor Kartik Aaryan to Total Dhamaal actor Ajay Devgn this is how Bollywood and All Indian Cine Workers Association (AICWA) is boycotting Pakistan and its artists.
Ever since the Pulwama attack, every Bollywood artist is coming out to condemn the coward act and is pledging to support the family members of 40 Indian Army jawans who got martyred in the attack. Many big actors like have donated a decent sum of amount to the families of martyred. As per the source, Amitabh Bachchan has pledged to support the family members of the martrys by donating Rs.5 Lakh to each jawan who lost his life. Meanwhile, Kesari movie actor Akshay Kumar has contributed Rs.5 crore to each soldier.
Meanwhile, many Bollywood actors and directors have decided not to release their film in Pakistan. Kartik Aaryan’s Luka Chuppi which is releasing in a week won’t be releasing in Pakistan for the same reason. Moreover, Ajay Devgn too has decided to not to release his movie Total Dhamaal in Pakistan. The cast and crew of Total Dhamaal also donated Rs.50 Lakh to the martyr’s families. This has happened the first time that entire Bollywood industry has united to take revenge at their level against Pakistan.
40 CRPF jawans were killed in the incident and the industry decided not just to support the families but also to boycott the Pakistani actors and artists. All Indian Cine Workers Association (AICWA) has come up with a strong and united decision of banning each and every Pakistani artist for working in the Bollywood industry. In the statement released by their officials they also avowed that if any production house hires Pakistani actors or artists, strict actions will be taken against them too.
When asked, Raveena Tandon about the ban on Pakistani actors, the actress shared her stand to stand by the decision. The actress felt because of Pulwama attack, we are not in a position to talk about the cultural exchange with Pakistan and empowering them. Raveena also spoke how many Pakistani actors came to India to work and criticised us after returning their country.