Modi-Nawab meeting: Anurag Kashyap demands apology from PM


Banning of Pak artists from working in India got intensified when filmmaker Anurag Kashyap asked honorable Prime Minister of India Mr Narendra Modi to apologize for meeting Pakistani PM Nawab Sharif in Lohore when Karan Johar was filming ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ with Fawad Khan. ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ is facing ban in many parts of the country for starring Pak actor Fawad Khan.

Anurag Kashyap expressed his frustration why only cinema had to pay the price every time. The filmmaker wrote on Twitter back lashing PM Modi, "Sir you haven't yet said sorry for your trip to meet the Pakistani PM.. It was dec 25th. Same time KJo was shooting ADHM? Why?"

Kashyap did not stop here and in a series of tweet, he lashes out at Modi tagging him in every tweet.

He wrote#The World must learn from us.. We solve all our problems by blaming it on movies and banning it.. #ADHM . With you on this@karanjohar

#@narendramodi Sir you haven't yet said sorry for your trip to meet the Pakistani PM.. It was dec 25th. Same time KJo was shooting ADHM? Why?

#@narendramodi why is it that we have to face it while you can be silent??

#@narendramodi and you actually diverted your trip on our tax money,while the film shot then was on money on which someone here pays interest

#@narendramodi I am just trying to understand the situation because I am actually dumb and I don't get it. Sorry if you feel offended..

Cinema Owners Exhibitors Association of India (COEAI) yesterday declared that Fawad Khan starrer ADHM will be banned in the four states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Goa.

The decision taken by COEAI mainly after the Uri attack last month. Dismissing  the possibility, Karan Johar tweeted, "See you at the cinemas on the 28th of this month! #AeDilKiDiwali".

Many Bollywood celebs including Om Puri, Shyam Benegal, Vikram Bhatt, Mukesh Bhatt and Censor Board chief Pahalaj Nihalani have slammed the ban.

Anurag Kashyap was trolled following the tweet against PM Modi and he was highly slammed on media.