Bollywood filmmaker Kabir Khan, who is popular for directing the films like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Phantom, and Ek Tha Tiger was heckled at Karachi airport yesterday. The reason for being hackled by the strangers is that the filmmaker is doing ‘anti-Pakistan’ films. The director never intentionally made anything or he never intended to make films to hurt the sentiments of Pakistani people. The director Kabir Khan was in Karachi on a day-long visit to attend a conference. While he was heading to Lahore and arrived at the Airport, the strangers rounded him up and began screaming at him making slogans “Shame Shame.”
This is not the first time that Pakistan people showed their hatred on the director. In the past too, Kabir Khan’s films like Phantom, Ek Tha Tiger were banned in Pakistan at the time of their release. “Phantom” is about a retired Indian Army officer who leads a mission to kill Pakistani terrorist leader Hafiz Saeed. Somehow, security officers have made him come out of the mob after a while, and Kabir restarted his journey. A statement from him is expected soon.