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MNS warns Pak stars, says won't allow 'ADHM' and 'Raees' release

The party has warned the Pakistani actors to leave India within 48 hours or face serious consequences

The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) workers association on Friday said that they would not allow the release of 'Ae Dil Hai Mushqil' and 'Raees' in India as the movies feature Pakistani actors while giving a 48-hour deadline to the stars from the other side of the border to leave India.

Chitrapat Sena president Amey Khopkar warned the Pakistani actors that they would face serious consequences in India if they do not leave the nation within 48 hours.

"We give a 48 hour deadline to Pakistani Actors and artists to leave India or will push them out," said Khopkar.

This comes at a time when tensions between the two Asian neighbours has escalated to a new level post the killing if 18 Army personnel in a dastardly terror attack on an army base camp in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district.

India has blamed for the attack as the investigating agencies reportedly recovered weapons and ammunition bearing Pakistani marks from the site.

has, however, flatly rejected New Delhi's claims of involvement in the Uri terror attack stating India has a traditional tendency of pointing fingers at the former whenever a terror attack takes place on Indian soil.

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MNS warns Pak stars, says won't allow 'ADHM' and 'Raees' release

The party has warned the Pakistani actors to leave India within 48 hours or face serious consequences

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Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) workers association on Friday said that they would not allow the release of 'Ae Dil Hai Mushqil' and 'Raees' in India as the movies feature Pakistani actors while giving a 48-hour deadline to the stars from the other side of the border to leave India.

Chitrapat Sena president Amey Khopkar warned the Pakistani actors that they would face serious consequences in India if they do not leave the nation within 48 hours.

"We give a 48 hour deadline to Pakistani Actors and artists to leave India or will push them out," said Khopkar.

This comes at a time when tensions between the two Asian neighbours has escalated to a new level post the killing if 18 Army personnel in a dastardly terror attack on an army base camp in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district.

India has blamed for the attack as the investigating agencies reportedly recovered weapons and ammunition bearing Pakistani marks from the site.

has, however, flatly rejected New Delhi's claims of involvement in the Uri terror attack stating India has a traditional tendency of pointing fingers at the former whenever a terror attack takes place on Indian soil.

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MNS warns Pak stars, says won't allow 'ADHM' and 'Raees' release

The party has warned the Pakistani actors to leave India within 48 hours or face serious consequences

The party has warned the Pakistani actors to leave India within 48 hours or face serious consequences

The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) workers association on Friday said that they would not allow the release of 'Ae Dil Hai Mushqil' and 'Raees' in India as the movies feature Pakistani actors while giving a 48-hour deadline to the stars from the other side of the border to leave India.

Chitrapat Sena president Amey Khopkar warned the Pakistani actors that they would face serious consequences in India if they do not leave the nation within 48 hours.

"We give a 48 hour deadline to Pakistani Actors and artists to leave India or will push them out," said Khopkar.

This comes at a time when tensions between the two Asian neighbours has escalated to a new level post the killing if 18 Army personnel in a dastardly terror attack on an army base camp in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district.

India has blamed for the attack as the investigating agencies reportedly recovered weapons and ammunition bearing Pakistani marks from the site.

has, however, flatly rejected New Delhi's claims of involvement in the Uri terror attack stating India has a traditional tendency of pointing fingers at the former whenever a terror attack takes place on Indian soil.

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