In the wake of the increasing tension between India and Pakistan, Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil continues to face resistance from some political parties. As a result, the MNS Workers who have been demanding a ban on the film ever since the Uri attacks, started up a full-fledged protest at Metro Cinema in South Mumbai.
On the other hand, the industry has been divided into two groups – wherein a few are supporting the decision, while the others claim that this decision may result in loss for Bollywood and producers.
Ever since the Uri attacks, several political parties have been demanding a ban on Pakistani artists, followed by which the film guild arrived at a decision to do the same at least for a brief period till the situation is in control. However, Karan Johar continued to face the wrath of several parties as well as some from the Bollywood fraternity for signing Fawad Khan in the film.
Source: Bollywood News original article at MNS Workers get arrested for protesting outside Metro cinema over the release of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil