Indian army has made our country proud after surgical strike
Indian army has made our country proud after surgical strike:- Hailing the “surgical strikes” which was conducted by the Indian Army on terror launch pads across the LoC, actor John Abraham has recently said that it is time the country responds to terrorism. “We are proud, we should have done this earlier. I am talking about the LoC. It’s high time we should respond to terrorism. As a country we are very tolerant and I think we should put our foot down and show what India can do,” John said.
His co-star from the film Force 2, Sonakshi Sinha also echoed some similar sentiments. “Thank you that they took this big step. Like John said, it is really need of the hour. I am happy it is happening. We are all citizens of our country,” she said.
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However, both the actors have further refused to comment on the MNS recently asking Pakistani artistes to leave India in wake of the Uri terror attack.
“We will be talking about Force 2,” John said. Sonakshi, who is apparently playing a journalist in her another upcoming film “Noor” which is based on Pakistani author Saba Imtiaz’s novel Karachi, You’re Killing Me, said, “We will talk about my next film later. I do not want to comment on it right now, I am not playing a Pakistani reporter, the film is an adaption from a book of a Pakistani author.”
On Pakistani actors usually refraining from the condemning attacks on India and its soldiers, John said, “It is important (to see) what we do, we are currently not in a position to further opinionate what others do and don’t do. We can speak for ourselves, Sonakshi can speak for what emotions she has been going through and what emotion I go through. We can solely give our opinion.”
Kangana Ranaut views on MNS banning Pakistani actors
Meanwhile, when the Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut was asked about the MNS seeking ban on Pakistani actors, she said, “Right now we are very overwhelmed with the loss of our soldiers, our jawans and also our sons. So our country is not in that (frame of mind). It is very hard to be objective right now. But we hope that the love and art prevails. Right now we cannot expect people to be objective. It is such a big loss,” the “Queen” actress said on the sidelines of the MAMI film festival.