Rahul Dholakia on Pakistan banning Indian films: Ban terrorists, not cinema!

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The revoking of Article 370 by the government of India has created a hullabaloo in the country. While some are supporting the landmark decision of the government, there are some who have different opinions on the abrogation of the Article. From politicians to celebs, many have expressed their views on it. Also, Pakistan has reacted to the decision by suspending diplomatic relations and bilateral trade with India. On Thursday the country had banned the screening of Indian films in their theatres.

Taking to his Twitter handle, filmmaker Rahul Dholakia has reacted to Pakistan’s decision of banning Indian films.

He tweeted, “What’s with banning of films between two countries ? Does anything change by banning films or actors accross borders ? Kya re ? Ban Terrorists ! Arrest people who create & spread Hate ! Not Cinema ! We are not the bad guys !”

Read his full tweet here.

Earlier, when the Pulwama terror attack happened on a CRPF convoy on February 14 this year, the Hindi film industry also banned Pakistani content and artists.

The Indian government on Monday scrapped Article 370 of the Constitution that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

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