India (IMPPA) BANS Paki Actors/Technicians till normalcy returns

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Should India ban Paki workers/actors untill they fully condem Paki Terrorists?

  1. Hell Yeah

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  2. No - I am a traitor and want to give money to Pakis in return of Terrorism

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  1. rock127

    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    Indian Motion Picture Producers Association Bans Pakistani Artistes From Shooting In India

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...ill-normalcy-returns/articleshow/54588105.cms

    Mumbai: In the wake of the surgical strikes carried out by Indian Army, which was in retaliation to the recent Uri attacks, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) has now decided not to work with Pakistani artists until peace returns between both the neighbouring nations.

    As per reports, this step was taken in order to pay ‘tribute to the victims and survivors’.

    Pakistani singer, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan was recently dropped from a project owing to the ongoing tension between India and Pakistan. The IMPPA took this step as they were unhappy about the fact that none of the Pakistani artists, India has so closely been associated with, have condemned the recent Uri attacks.

    While talking to a website, producer and member of IMPPA, Mr. Aggarwal said,” my bone of contention is that neither he nor any of the other Pakistani artistes in India have condemned the attack. After the Peshawar attacks, we had started one of our meetings at the Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association (IMPAA) with a tribute to the victims and survivors.”

    After Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) gave a 48 hours ultimatum to all Pakistani actors to leave India, including Fawad Khan, news of Pakistan banning Indian cricketing legend Dhoni’s biopic has been all over the news. But that, Pakistan insists, is untrue. The Censor Board of Pakistan has claimed that they never received the film for certification, let alone banning it.

    Although actors like Fawad Khan have left the country for now, fate of films with Pakistani actors in them are still hanging. ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’, where Fawad plays a pivotal role, has landed in trouble after MNS’s ultimatum.

    Mahira Khan, who was all set for her Bollywood debut with Shah Rukh Khan's 'Raees', will now have to wait for things to calm down.
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    Maulana Rockullah's Expert comment: Why ban just temporarily? Ban them until they openly condemn their Paki Terrorists/ISI/Govt.These parasites beggars should go back to Pakistan where they would die of HUNGER.They are certified haramkhors living on our money.

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  3. vayuu1

    vayuu1 Regular Member

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    Through them out no need for this aman ka bhasad thing

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    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" Senior Member

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    Shameless Pakistani actors should leave this country on their own, but how could they ? They are doing another kind of Jihad, becoming parasites against Kaafirs (us). It seems like a part of ISI's conspiracy to infiltrate India with dumb actors.
     
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    After surgical strikes, film body bans Pakistani actors ‘forever’
    Indian Motion Picture Producers Association on Friday passed a resolution to ban Pakistani actors from the industry in the wake of the Uri attack.
    BY: PTI | MUMBAI |Published On:September 30, 2016 10:09 AM
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    IMPPA member resigns post Pakistani artists ban
    The Indian Motion Picture Producers Association(IMPPA) had passed a resolution which bans Pakistani actors and technicians from working in India till the relations between the two nations return to normalcy. The decision came in wake of the recent Uri attack in Jammu & Kashmir by Pakistani-based terrorists.


    Unhappy with the decision to ban Pakistani artists, IMPPA member Rahul Aggarwal has resigned from the association. In a letter addressed to the President of the IMPPA, Rahul stated that though he condemns the terrorist attack, banning one another is not the solution. He stated that rather than banning one another, we should focus on bringing everyone together and showing the world that terrorism cannot divide these two great nations can and become a beacon for acceptance and hope.

    However, Rahul stated that since the members don't see his point of view, he takes it as a personal failure and deems himself no longer useful to the organisation and hence tendered his resignation from the executive body of IMPPA.


    His resignationl letter reads:
    To
    The President
    IMPPA
    Mumbai

    Sir,
    With utmost respect and humility, I would like to tender in my resignation from the executive body of IMPPA following the ban on Pakistani artists in the Indian film industry. I strongly feel that art is above politics and as the custodians of this art; it is our responsibility to bring people together rather than divide them.

    We all agree that the people of these two nations are one and alike, thus it is the need of the hour for us to stick together. The Indian and Pakistani people are suffering from the same plague, which is fundamentalist terrorism. It is more important than ever for us not to fall prey to this calamity. Banning one another is not the solution, rather bringing everyone together and showing the world that terrorism cannot divide these two great nations can become a beacon for acceptance and hope, two characteristics that are the complete opposites of the fundamentalists that want us to go to war with one another. It is we the people of both countries who have the power to bring real change and I believe that this change could have been brought about by further strengthening our ties with Pakistani artists of all kinds and not banning them. Rather than breeding discord, our actions and decisions should unite. Rather than hatred and war, our words should bring peace and harmony. And believe me when I say this, the common man of both these countries wants peace.

    I do understand your position and you have to do what your members want. Since they do not see my view point, I must humbly decide to not accept division but vote for unity and to not accept hate but put my hands forward in acceptance. Since the people who elected me to this valuable post do not see my viewpoint, I take this as a personal failure and am no longer useful to your esteemed executive body.

    Therefore, it is with great sadness that I must announce that am not able to continue my relationship with the IMPPA. Though I strongly condemn the terrorist attack, I believe that the soft power of art is sometimes more effective than the hard line of sanctions and war. Kindly accept my resignation.

    Regards
    Rahul Aggarwal
    Member of the Executive Body
    Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association
    IMPPA
     

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