Kangana Ranaut have stood up against the Pulwama Terror attack and had shown her concern to safeguard national interest by proposing to ban Pakistani artists to perform in India.
We get to hear about different debates regarding the mascara that took place in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir and put to sleep our 40 CRPF Jawans and left round 60 of them in serious injuries.
Affluent personalities from the Indian Film Industry have also took their turns in discussing the matter and keeping their though forward regarding terrorism in India. Recently, Navjot Singh Sidhu retired cricketer and present minister appointed by the government of India was penalized for keeping which says, “for a handful people, you cannot blame an entire nation.”
Meanwhile, Kapil Sharma was also trolled in social media for not opposing Sidhu for his concern for Pakistan. Situations were such that Sidhu was replaced overnight from the reality comedy show on Sony TV.
Not only this, ace actor Salman Khan understood the sentiment of the nation and public by large after the terror attack and removed a song from his upcoming movie Notebook which was sung by a Pakistani Singer.
Kangna, who is known to be one of the most outspoken celerity of recent time, did not choose to keep silent either. She was seen in a video published by The National Reported where she said, “First of all we should stop calling it as an attack on soldiers, it’s an attack on each one of us. Soldiers are our defence, so I guess the attack is on us and they have lost their lives on our behalf. So, definitely, if there’s an Indian who thinks that they are expressing their compassion towards soldiers should remember, that the soldiers have sacrificed their lives for us.”
When she was sked about banning of Pakistani artists, she replied, “We know, the people of Pakistan love us and our movies but everything has a religion and even war has a religion. In this religion, we are with our country and the people from Pakistan should get inspired by us. They are with their country and we are with ours. Our fight is not against humanity but if the war is about India and Pakistan then we are with our soldiers and Government. If it’s hurting the sentiments of the families of those soldiers are getting hurt then why are we entertaining Pakistani artists? For now, the most important thing for us is the sentiments of those families.”