Hindu extremist threat Atif Aslam possible the return in Bollywood.
India’s Hindu extremist nationalist party Maharashtra Nunnermayan Sinha (MNS) has threat Atif Aslam possible return to Bollywood, saying that no Pakistani artist will be tolerated in India under any circumstances.
According to the Indian website Mid-Day, Amiya Khopkar, the head of the cinema wing of the organization run by Raj Thackeray, has threatened that Pakistani artistes will not be accepted in India under any circumstances.
Amiya Khopkar made it clear that no Pakistani artist will be tolerated in any Indian language film or its song, not only in Bollywood.
He threatened that those who are preparing to bring Pakistani artistes to India in the light of the court decision, should identify themselves, reveal their full address, we will deal with them.
According to the report, Amiya Khopkar also threatened Indian singer Arjit Singh in a vague manner, as he had vaguely declared Atif Aslam’s return to India as a happy future.
A few days ago, the news came out that Atif Aslam is likely to be seen singing in the upcoming Bollywood film ‘Love Story of Nineties’.
The Indian media quoted the producers of the film as saying that Atif Aslam has performed a vocal magic in one of the songs of the said film, but the Pakistani singer did not deny or confirm this.
As soon as the news of Atif Aslam’s return to Bollywood came out, now the Hindu extremist nationalist party has threatened that the Pakistani artist will not be accepted in India under any circumstances.
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