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Pakistani celebrities’ sensible response to “Bollywood’s fanaticism”

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Pakistani actress Mawra Hocane gracefully and sensibly confronted a troll from India on social media. An Indian user asked her views on the Pulawama attack adding that she would definitely not answer to it.

Mawra gently responded to the question and stated “You assumed what I would do before I did it so first things first stop judging. 2: humanity first. Every life lost is a human life lost. It’s heartbreaking!!!! Praying for sabr & more love on this side of the world. 3: stop the hate just in case someone isn’t expressive.”

Pakistani celebrities have been manifesting calmer and sane reactions to the enraged Bollywood celebrities following Pulwama attack.

The extremism had taken a toll in India to the point where the Bollywood celebrities are found to be bashing their own people for reporting serious crimes. Bollywood actor Anupam Kher, the proponent of right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party, has slammed India’s top journalist Barkha Dutt for raising the issues of personal harassment at a time when entire India is mourning the death of 44 soldiers in Pulwama terror attack.

India’s top journalist Barkha Dutt complained of receiving severe death threats from several numbers and objectionable pictures and messages of sexual harassment. She posted the screenshots of the messages on her Twitter account as well.


Anupam Kher reacting to her tweets released a video message in which he condemned Dutt for bringing up the trivial subject of personal harassment at the time of crisis. He accused her of conspiring to deviate the attention of people from the serious issues and deadly terror attack.

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Anupam Kher also expressed his scorn towards Navjot Singh Sidhu for his statement on Pulwama attack. When asked about Sidhu’s statements “nations cannot be held responsible for the dastardly acts of terrorists and that the dialogue with Islamabad should continue” Anupam Kher in response stated that “Sometimes when you talk too much, it can lead to you talking rubbish.:)”

On the other hand, Indian lyricist Javed Akhtar after cancelling his visit to Karachi for an event, once again expressed his condemnation for Pakistan after premier Imran Khan made a  speech on Pulwama terror attack.