After Uri Attack which left 18 Indian soldiers dead, Indian political party, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) came up with 48 hours deadline to Pakistani actors to leave India. All this left people talking at both the sides as many thought restricting art would never be a good gesture, whereas many supported MNS call to set peace in India.
‘Phantom’ film star Saif Ali Khan has also talked about the matter and that is not something many would expect as he was asked whether he is in favour of banning or encouraging Pakistani artists to work in India to which he replied, “It should be encouraged.”
“The world is open to our film industry and our film industry is open to talents from around the world especially cross border. We are artists who talk about love and peace,” he added.
“The government has to decide these things. The government must make decisions about law and order and who is allowed and who isn’t,” he further said.