Kill terrorists not talks — Mahesh Bhatt's appeal to leaders for peace
By NewsX Bureau
| Saturday, October 1, 2016 - 15:04
Mumbai: Following the boycott of Pakistani artists in India amidst the tense situation between India-Pakistan post the Uri attacks and India's surgical strike, Indian Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt on Saturday through his Twitter account posted a message for both the nations.
Mahesh Bhatt took to Twitter and said, "Do not let the actions of few violent men write the future of many people, like me who want peace." #KillTerroristsNotTalks #ProfileForPeace
A couple of days ago, political party MNS under Raj Thackeray threatened Pakistani artists to leave India or else face consequences. The threat was especially targeted to Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, for his upcoming film 'Aa Dil Hai Mushkil' directed by Karan Johar.
Post the Uri attack on Indian army base where 19 Indian soldiers were martyred, Indian army on September 18 conducted surgical strikes at the LoC and targeted terror launch pads killing almost 38 terrorists.