For the sake of art: Among many other artists from B-Town, mega star Dabang Khan has also come forward to speak for the Pakistani artists, who faced hindrance from Shiv Sena to work in India.
The mega star reiterated the point that art and entertainment transcends boundaries by pointing to the public interest of Pakistani dramas in India.
Salman expressed that politics and art should be separated: “Now that everything is digital, Indians love to watch each and every entertainment show, including popular Pakistani shows. So, art and entertainment have no boundaries. Entertainment is evaluated by what common people want to watch.”
“Politics and art should not be mixed. This is not what common people want”, added the B-Town superstar. He also said that no one could put restrictions on the artists to perform.
Pointing out numerous Bollywood fans in Pakistan: “If someone wants a Pakistani actor who can portray a role better, nobody can put a constraint. Bollywood has a huge number of fans in Pakistan and earns a good share of income from the neighboring country.”
Salman’s statement comes day after Shah Rukh Khan expressed during an interview saying, there is extreme intolerance in India.
Earlier, many artists working in India including Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan had to leave for Pakistan after Shiv Sena jeopardized.