M.S.Dhoni Biopic Was The First Movie With Pakistani Actor After Uri Attack



After the tension rises between Indo-Pak M.S.Dhoni Biopic Was The First Movie With Pakistani Actor Fawad Khan playing the role of Virat Kohli but not “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” Now this is as shocking as it could get.

For all those who thought that Karan Johar’s ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ was the first casualty of the ban on Pakistani actors, you’ve got it wrong! Neither ‘ADHM’ nor SRK’s ‘Raees’, but the recently released ‘M.S. Dhoni – The Untold Story’ was the first casualty of the latest Indo-Pak tension that rose its ugly head after the devastating Uri attack that claimed the lives of 19 soldiers.

As per the latest reports, if things would have been normal, the audience would have got to see Fawad Khan playing Virat Kohli’s character in Dhoni’s biopic. The actor had shot some important scenes with lead actor Sushant Singh Rajput, which highlighted the camaraderie between Dhoni and Virat’s characters. The scenes were very crucial to the film, but right before the film’s release, the unfortunate incident of Uri attack took place and all the Pakistani artistes were asked to return to Pakistan and a ban had been imposed on them.

Director Neeraj Pandey had no other option but to completely chop off Fawad’s role from Dhoni’s biopic and release the film without even a glimpse of the star. Neeraj felt it would be a sane decision to do away with Fawad’s role or else his film too would have had to face the political ire and backlash from various quarters. We wonder how Fawad, who wasn’t even aware of this shocking development, would react to his role being chopped off from the film.
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