Ranveer Singh On Banning Pakistani Artistes From Working In Bollywood

Mina Muzumdar |Mar 04, 2019

Ranveer Singh shared his thought on banning Pakistani from working in Bollywood artistes after the dastardly attack in Jammu and Kashmir killed at least 40 CRPF personnel.

In a recent event, Gully Boy’s actor Ranveer Singh was being asked about All India Cine Workers Association's decision to ban Pakistani artistes from working in India. The ban comes after a suicide bombing in Pulwama district, Jammu and Kashmir, which killed at least 40 CRPF personnel.

At India Today Conclave event, the actor expressed: “Now, I am very cognizant that there is this school of thought that one should not mix art with it, or sport with it. These are different realms.”



Earlier, Ranveer Singh big hit Gully Boy has a grand opening at the box on 14 February, the same day when the terror attack happened. The actor was received praise for his stellar act; however, he felt frustrated and angry after all.


In the latest occurrence, IAF Wing Commander Adhinandan has just returned home after two-day in Pakistan’s custody. Pakistan PM Imran Khan announced the release of Indian hero pilot as a peace gesture and offering a way out for the escalating tension between India and Pakistan.


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