“All educated Pakistani should leave India.  Why don’t they feel shame? Why don’t say anything to their country if they want to stay in India?” – An old man who saw the British ruled India.

I am not against any common Pakistani citizen or any Pakistani actor/actress. I know they are not terrorist.

It’s an important fact which play a major role in any country’s politics. What is it? The pressure from its Film stars, writers, doctors, social workers etc.

If India force the Pakistani people (not only film stars) them to leave India then as their business or job will be effected they will force their Government to change their way of action. That’s how reformation takes place.

The other way if those people don’t like to say anything against their government, then it will indicate that either they have no value in their country and they are afraid of their rulers or they like and support what their country is doing with India.

I have summarized the discussion with him. First let’s take look: What our so called hero(s) said about it and why?

Salman Khan

“They are artists. We have killed the terrorists. Artists are not terrorists. These are two different subjects. They come to our country after acquiring visa, and it’s our government who allows them with the work permit in our country.”

Someone: I have also so many criminal cases on my name. If Indians are doing like this, one day they will through me out……….

Karan Johar

“I understand the anger and the anguish that surround us and I empathise, my heart bleeds for the lost lives. There is nothing that can justify this terrible feeling of terror. Then you are faced in a situation such as this. If this was truly a solution, then one would take it. But this is not a solution. I don’t believe it is. The larger forces have to come together and sort the situation and this cannot be banning talent or art”

Someone: If you do like this what will happen to my upcoming film? My industry?………..

Ranbir Kapoor

“We are living in some hard times right now. I hope that don’t get swept away with the bitterness and negativity, the violence that’s happening around the world and around us.”

Someone: I am a very peaceful boy. They attacked my mother and still I am proud that I can tolerate.

Mahesh Bhatt

“Kill terrorists not talks”

Someone: Kill India not my industry……….

Om Puri

“When the government is taking an action, we all should stay quiet.”

Someone: I always quiet in front of my wife……………

Randeep Hooda

“We are trying to isolate Pakistan economically and diplomatically, so the cultural isolation must follow.”

Someone: No problem. I am with Government with public…….

Madhur Bhandarkar

Definitely artists are not terrorists, and I believe that art has no boundaries, but the situation today is very different. When you see our soldiers have been killed, and the whole scenario… I feel a lot of Pakistani artists who work here they should have condemned the attacks on India over the years. When they can condemn the US attack, when they can condemn Istanbul, Paris (attacks), all those attacks then why not India? That is my problem. When Peshawar (attack) happened, everybody in India condemned it. So, if the Pakistani actors feel it is happening over here, they should at least tweet about it. Right now I think nothing is bigger than the country.”

Someone: He knows it………..

Nana Patekar

“Pakistani actors and others come later, first comes my country. Actors are like bed bugs in front of the country, we don’t have any worth. No hero can be better than the soldiers. We actors are just common people, the real heroes are our soldiers. Don’t pay attention to what we say, don’t give this much importance to anyone. And those who keep on speaking, they don’t deserve that much importance.”

Someone: An Indian

 

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I am not against any common Pakistani citizen or any Pakistani actor/actress. I know they are not terrorist.

It’s an important fact which play a major role in any country’s politics. What is it? The pressure from its Film stars, writers, doctors, social workers etc.

If India force the Pakistani people (not only film stars) them to leave India then as their business or job will be effected they will force their Government to change their way of action. That’s how reformation takes place.

The other way if those people don’t like to say anything against their government, then it will indicate that either they have no value in their country and they are afraid of their rulers or they like and support what their country is doing with India.