Following his encounter with incensed crowd at Karachi airport for making anti-Pakistan films, Indian filmmaker Kabir Khan says he cant go to Pakistan again.
Phantom director Kabir Khan urged the media in Pakistan and India to ignore the incident yesterday at the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi.
KARACHI: Indian filmmaker Kabir Khan, who also directed blockbuster Bajrangi Bhaijaan that was acclaimed in Pakistan too, faced an awkward situation at Karachi airport when a group of enraged people besieged him in protest against his anti-Pakistan films.
All Indian films should be released in Pakistan since I don't believe in bans, said Pakistani filmmaker Khalid Ahmed.
Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan recently gave another interview, apologizing for his controversial statements at the time of Phantom's release.
With Aliya Nazki as the host, Jibran Nasir and Faisal Qureshi indulged in an online debate on Google Hangout, on the different reactions to the Bollywood movie Phantom.
Shaan Shahid again issued a stern warning to Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan.
After a string of controversial statements, Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan said that he was upset with the reaction that Phantom had caused in Pakistan.
Shaan indirectly taunted Mawra Hocane again with a status update, after a war of words erupted between the two.