MNS threatens multiplex owners before ADHM release

MNS threatens multiplex owners before ADHM release

Mukesh Bhatt addressing the press today asserted, "Rajnath Singh said he will speak to chief minister of every state and that Ae Dil Hai Mushkil will release without any violence or issue".

Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar released a video message asking Hindu nationalist protesters not to disrupt the October 28 release of his romantic drama "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil", or "Difficulties of the Heart", which features Pakistani actor Fawad Khan. SO far so good.

The opposition by MNS and some other political parties to films with actors from Pakistan in the aftermath of Uri terror attack has put a question mark on the fate of Johar's film which features Pakistani actor Fawad Khan. These and many more reasons which make both Shivaay and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil a must-watch.

Needless to say, this time a Karan Johar directorial won't star his once-upon-a-time best buddie Kajol; not even for a cameo...after all, the "Dilwale" actress is busy taking hubby Ajay Devgn's side for the big box office battle which happens on 28th October.

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However, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) had earlier requested with the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leaders to allow the release of films starring the Pakistani artistes.

Cinema Owners And Exhibitors' Association of India has requested the exhibitors and distributors of Shivaay and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil to donate the first show share to the families of the soldiers who lost their lives in the Uri attack.

The serious note was accompanied by another threatening message that said, "Or else.remember how expensive your glass walls are!"