Director Kabir Khan mobbed at Pakistan airport

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Mumbai, April, 28 (CINEWS): Bollywood film chief Kabir Khan was mobbed at the Jinnah International  airport at Karachi in Pakistan on Wednesday. A video transferred by dawn demonstrates some individuals encompassing the “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” executive and yelling against Indian slogans .

It additionally demonstrates one of them demonstrating his footwear to the producer at the air terminal.

The occurrence happened when Kabir was en route to Lahore from Karachi. The video demonstrates that the gathering of individuals yelling “disgrace” encompassed the chief. The outrage clearly originated from their disappointment towards Kabir’s films that have managed India and Pakistan.

Kabir’s “Phantom” and “Ek Tha Tiger” were banned in Pakistan at the season of their discharge. A portion of the irate demonstrators were heard asking him for what reason he doesn’t make motion pictures in view of the activities of the intelligence agency, RAW, in Pakistan.

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One among them even was grasping his footwear and indicating it to the prevalent producer. In the mean time, Kabir took to Twitter and declared that such activities ought to be disregarded. “To media on both sides: 12 shouting maniacs with a cellular telephone camera is not news. Kindly don’t give them the consideration they need. Ignore [sic],” he tweeted.

Albeit “Phantom ” and “Ek Tha Tiger” were banned in Pakistan, Kabir’s “Bajrangi Bhaijaan”, featuring Salman Khan, was generally welcomed in the neighboring nation. The account of “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” spun around a Pakistani young lady, who loses all sense of direction in India, and an Indian man, who confronts a few obstacles to take her back to her family. The film got to be one of the greatest blockbusters ever.

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