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Zindagi TV to no longer air Pakistani dramas ZEE chairman

Zindagi TV to no longer air Pakistani dramas: ZEE chairman

The recent India, Pakistan tensions following Uri attack have taken a toll on the entertainment industries of both the arch rivals.

ZEE Chairman Dr Subhash Chandra tweeted on Saturday saying that Zindagi TV will not be showing any Pakistani dramas. “Will not shut down Zindgi channel but revamp programming without serials from Pakistan, we will have Indian subjects on Muslim community,” Dr Subhash Chandra tweeted.

Indian nationalist party gives Pakistani actors 48-hour ultimatum to leave country

Dr Chandra further added that Pakistani artists should leave India. “Unfortunate stance of Mian Sharif at UN. Zee is considering stopping Zindgi programs from Pakistan, as well artists from there should leave,” he tweeted.

Earlier on Friday, the film workers’ association of Indian nationalist party Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) ‘ordered’ all Pakistani actors working in India to leave the country within 48 hours. “We gave a 48-hour deadline to Pakistani actors and artists to leave India or the MNS will push them out,” The Indian Express quoted Amey Khopkar of the MNS Chitrapat Sena as having remarked.

Khopkar also threatened to assault Pakistani artists and those who cast them. “Pakistani artists will be beaten up and so will the producers and directors,” (Pakistani kalakaar toh maar khaayenge hi, saath mein jo yahan producer/director hain unko bhi peetenge), he said.

Zee Zindagi TV boss admits success of Pakistani dramas led company to initiate film project

MNS leader Shalini Thackeray said they allow won’t allow the release of movies featuring Pakistani artistes. “The two movies going to be released are Shahrukh Khan’s Raees and Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil in which Pakistani artistes have acted. We are not going to allow them to release.”

Further, Indian singer Kumar Sanu’s concert scheduled to be held in Lahore on Monday has been cancelled in retaliation to threats issued by an Indian nationalist party to Pakistani actors.

Courtesy : Express Tribune



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