The price for Fawad’s cameo

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Tanuj Garaj | Oct 26, 2016

I’m watching Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (ADHM) tonight. I’m glad that my friend Karan Johar is a relieved man. The weeks gone by have been nothing short of torturous for him. Who would have thought that casting a Pakistani actor would turn out to be such a nuisance. In my previous column I had stated that the banning of Pakistan artistes in Bollywood for whatsoever reason, emotional or practical, is a subjective viewpoint. Fawad Afzal Khan was signed up to play Anushka Sharma’s onscreen husband at a time when both the heads of state were holding a dove. Things turned sour overnight and an attention-seeking political party turned hostile by threatening to halt the release of ‘ADHM’ and every other film featuring cross-border talent, which, actually, is beyond the party’s legal remit…

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