Karan Johar to meet Rajnath today, MNS to continue protest against ‘ADHM’ :- The Film director Karan Johar on Thursday will face Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh about the discharge of his next movie ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’. He would be conducted by producers Mukesh Bhatt and Siddharth Roy Kapur. They will reach the Home Minister to consider the security of the forthcoming film, starring Pakistani actor Fawad Khan among another. The flick is complete set to release on October 28.
As Raj Thackeray’s Maharashtra Navnirman Sena is resistant on proceeding with its challenge the discharge Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.
According to to the source report’s, Bollywood movie producer Karan Johar will meet Home Minister Rajnath Singh in the national capital on Thursday and Karan Johar will be met by Bollywood makers Mukesh Bhatt and Siddharth Roy Kapur. Twelve of MNS laborers was captured on Wednesday for challenging the up.
Coming arrival of Johar’s Ae Dil Hain Muskhil as the gathering rejected his announcement that he won’t draw in with ability from Pakistan in future.
The specialists from MNS’ film unit Maharashtra Navnirman Chitrapat Karmachari Sena were dissenting and bringing trademarks up in Mumbai. MNS has asked the theater administration not to hold any show of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil which highlights Pakistani on-screen character Fawad Khan.
The Maharashtra police captured 12 MNS individuals for setting off to Mumbai’s Metro Theater and upsetting peace for the sake of challenging Ae Dil Hai Mushkin’s discharge. They will be saved in jail till November’4.
This comes following Karan Johar announced a taped articulation on October 18 where he said that he would not draw in ability from neighboring nation given the conditions. Police authorities said The MNS had given a composed speak to the theater administration encouraging them not to demonstrate the film as its elements a Pakistani on-screen character.
Senior Inspector of Azad Maidan Police Station Vijay Kadam said, The gathering specialists likewise raised mottos outside the theater. We captured 12 MNS activists and booked them under applicable segments of Maharashtra Police Act furthermore CrPC.
They were created under the steady gaze of a neighborhood court which allowed them money safeguard of Rs 5,000 each for the situation (doing parade without authorization) under the Police Act and The Deputy Commissioner of Police Ashok Dudhe had told, Mumbai police will give sufficient assurance to silver screen theaters.