New Delhi: Bollywood filmmaker Kabir Khan, who was recently invited to Pakistan for a conference, seems to be in trouble.
The director of ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan' and ‘Phantom’, flew to Karachi on Tuesday, reports suggest.
Kabir was scheduled to speak at the Marketing Association of Pakistan’s annual conference.
According to latest reports, a group of protesters jeered the Indian director while he was in the airport. He was taunted for making 'Phantom', a film which was banned in Pakistan owing to its content.
Khan had to bare shame slogans and awkwardness. However, he was soon moved to a lounge by the Airport security.