The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), led by Raj Thackeray, has issued a stern warning to Bollywood producers regarding the potential comeback of Pakistani singer Atif Aslam in the Indian film industry.
MNS Cinema Wing President Ameya Khopkar reiterated the party’s stance against Pakistani artists performing in India, stating that those planning to bring Aslam back need to be reminded of their place.
Khopkar emphasized that Pakistani artists would not be tolerated in India, reiterating the party’s firm stance on the matter. He also targeted singer Arijit Singh, who reportedly supports Aslam’s return.
Reports suggest that Aslam is considering recording a romantic song for the upcoming Bollywood film ‘Love Story of 90’s,’ produced by Sangani Brothers Motion Pictures and featuring Adhyayan Suman and Divita Rai.
The warning from MNS adds to the ongoing debate surrounding the involvement of Pakistani artists in the Indian entertainment industry, reflecting the political sensitivities surrounding cross-border cultural exchanges.