John Abraham says the ban on Indian films in Pakistan- India is the first

Under the direction of director Nikhil Advani, Batla House is doing good business at the box office. The film released on August 15 has so far done a business of Rs 24 crores. John has played the role of ACP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav in the film and his work is being well-liked. John has now given his reaction to Ban Indian films in Pakistan. He said that India was the first.

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Apart from this, singer Kailash Kher also gave his response in this matter. He said that India does not matter with the ban. By the mercy of God, we are able to develop our motherland. In such a situation, it is not important for Pakistan to ban Indian films. Their only loss is in this.

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When Kailash was asked whether Bollywood should also ban Pakistani actors? In response to this, he said, “I think we need to unite ourselves before reaching any conclusion.”

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Batla House is also banned in Pakistan. Director Nikhil Advani said that it is not fair that on one hand, soldiers are doing security and fighting on LoC and on the other hand we are releasing films.

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It is worth noting that the story of the film Batla House is based on the encounter that took place on 19 September 2008 when the Special Cell of Delhi Police raided a flat in Batla House. The policemen received a tip that there are suspected terrorists who carried out the bombings in Delhi on 13 September 2008 in Jamia Nagar area of ​​Delhi. During this raid, an inspector MC Sharma was also killed. There was a lot of controversy about this encounter.

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