Madhur Bhandarkar welcomes end of protests against Karan Johar’s film

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Kolkata | Published: October 23, 2016 5:05:14 PM

Welcoming the end of protest by MNS against the release of Karan Johar's movie "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" featuring Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, director Madhur Bhandarkar says all films shot before the Uri attacks should get released.

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Welcoming the end of protest by MNS against the release of Karan Johar’s movie “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” featuring Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, director Madhur Bhandarkar says all films shot before the Uri attacks should get released.

“I am happy that the problem has now been resolved. I have always said that all those films with Pakistani artistes, which were shot before the recent attack, should be released without any problem,” Bhandarkar told reporters here.

He was in Kolkata to inaugurate a charity exhibition organised by Jagriti Art Initiative and FICCI Ladies Organisation.

He congratulated the producers of the film and Producers’ Guild president Mukesh Bhatt who together sorted out the issue with Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena yesterday.

When asked about his next film, the National Award-winning director said he will soon start shooting for ‘Indu Sarkar’ which is based during the Emergency period.

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