India is mourning the loss of life of 40 Central Reserve Police Drive (CRPF) personnel who had been killed in a Pulwama Terror Assaults in Kashmir on February 14. As Indians are donating cash and serving to the martyrs’ households, the celebrities are taking a stand and never releasing their movies in Pakistan. After Ajay Devgn determined to not launch Whole Dhamaal in Pakistan and others will cease working with their artistes, now Salman Khan’s upcoming manufacturing Pocket book and Shahid Kapoor’s subsequent Kabir Singh will not launch in Pakistan both.
Movie producer Murad Khetani on Thursday spoke to media on the trailer launch of Pocket book that they will not be releasing their upcoming productions – Salman Khan-produced Pocket book and Shahid Kapoor starrer Kabir Singh — in Pakistan after the brutal Pulwama Terror Assaults. “We’re not releasing our movie (Pocket book) in Pakistan. Our upcoming movies Kabir Singh and Satellite tv for pc Shankar too can even not launch there,” Khetani, of Cine1 Studios, introduced.
Salman Khan’s upcoming manufacturing Pocket book stars debutantes Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal. Shahid Kapoor starrer Kabir Singh is a remake of Arjun Reddy and stars Kiara Advani.