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'Stay in Bollywood syndrome’: DG ISPR slams Shah Rukh Khan for labelling Muslims in new series

Director General (DG) Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor has once again schooled an I

Aug 24 2019

Director General (DG) Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor has once again schooled an Indian and this time it is ‘King Khan’ of the Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan.

The trailer of Khan's latest production 'Bard of Blood' on Netflix starts with the capture of some Indian spies in Balochistan. The trailer paints Muslims and Pakistanis as terrorists. Sharing the trailer on his Twitter handle, Khan described it as 'a thrilling tale of espionage, vengeance, love, and duty'.

Following the trailer, the DG ISPR took to his personal Twitter handle and told the Bollywood star to 'stay in Bollywood syndrome'. The DG ISPR further said that Khan should see the reality and reminded him of Indian spy  Kulbhushan Jadev. He also reminded the star about the capture of Indian pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan by Pakistan Army on February 27.

"You could rather promote peace and humanity by speaking against atrocities in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) and against Hindituva of Nazism obsessed RSS," the DG ISPR added.

Tensions between Pakistan and India have soared after India stripped off the special status given to IoK on August 5.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2019