Ajay Devgn Just Announced He’s Not Releasing His New Movie In Pakistan And FFS GROW UP

By Iman Zia | 18 Feb, 2019

The Pulwama Attacks that took place last week in Indian-administered Kashmir have crumbled whatever little bridge there was between Indians and Pakistanis. More than 40 Indian soldiers were reportedly killed in a suicide attack last Thursday and was one of the deadliest attacks in Kashmir in recent times. Anti-Pakistan protests spread like wildfire in India after a Pakistani militant group ‘Jaish-e-Mohammad’ admitted to carrying out the attack.

 

Within the entertainment realm, Music production company T-Series declared that they have taken down all Pakistani artists from their social media channels.

Source: brecorder.com

 

And now Bollywood actor Ajay Devgan just took to Twitter to decide NOT to release his film ‘Total Dhamaal’ in Pakistan.

Source: Fox Star Studios

 

Via Tumblr

 

The actor said “in light of the current situation the team” of his new film has collectively made the decision not to “release the film in Pakistan.”

Source: @ajaydevgn/Twitter

 

FFS AJAY GROW UP.

Source: NBC

Many Indians have supported Ajay’s decision of not releasing the film with the mass-ensemble cast.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This guy’s so happy, he’s vowed to watch it twice.

 

 

Here’s the actor’s full tweet:

What do you think about Ajay and his team’s decision?

 

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