AICWA Demands Blanket Ban On Pak Artists After The Screening Of Indian Films Was Banned Across Border
"Entire film industry and cine workers have refused to resume work till there is a complete ban of Pakistani movie makers, artists, and trade partner," the statement by AICWA reads.
It’s Pak’s loss: Bollywood on film ban across border
The AICWA demanded strict "say no to Pakistan" for trade and bilateral relation.
"Entire film industry and cine workers have refused to resume work till there is a complete ban of Pakistani movie makers, artists, and trade partner," the statement read.
Tensions escalated between the two countries after India scrapped Article 370 and 35A.
"AICWA learns that after scrapping Article 370 and 35A Pakistan has become vulnerable in feeding their perpetrators who were directly involved in provoking Kashmiris to create a non-cooperative movement against Indian government and policies," the statement read further.
AICWA president Suresh Gupta praised Home Minister Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for their bold decisions and wish them luck on behalf of the entire film industry and 1.3 billion Indians. (ANI)
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