All Indian Cine Workers Association Taboos Working With Pakistani Artists

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India is still trying to overcome the gruesome act of terrorism that took place in Kashmir on February 14th, 2019.  The day has become a black day in the history of our nation when 40 army men were killed by the terrorists. Every citizen of the country has condemned the act. Today, everyone stands united for the martyrs who lost their life for the nation. Even Bollywood celebrities have come forward and extended their helping hands to the families of the martyrs.

Amitabh Bachchan has announced that he will be donating Rs. 5 lakh to each family. Well, Bollywood has now risen above just monetary help, the All India Cine Workers Associaton has announced a ban on working with Pakistani artists. It is their way to protest and show rage against the illicit act of terrorism that claimed the life of unarmed army men.

The association issued a notice undersigned by Ronak Suresh Jain, General Secretary of the All India Cine Workers Association. The notice states that the association condemns the terrorist attacks in Kashmir. AICWA also extends its condolences to the families who lost their loved ones in the terror attack.

The statement also says that if someone from the industry still decides to work with Pakistani artists, then AICWA will take strict action against them.

Apart from this, Ajay Devgan has also announced that his film Total Dhamaal would not be releasing in Pakistan. Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra, Nimrat Kaur, Varun Dhawan have also come forwards an and condemned this act of violence.

All these decisions are the aftermath of the horrendous act of terrorism that took place in Pulwama district of Kashmir. The nation stands united today, and Bollywood Scanner also expresses deep sorrow on this act of terrorism.