Think calmly, speak calmly: Juhi Chawla advises people who 'have gone out of senses'
In a veiled attack at the Maharashtra Navnirmana Sena (MNS) threats against Pakistani artists, Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla on Tuesday said that people, "who have gone out of their senses, should think calmly to deal with problems better."
Mumbai: In a veiled attack at the Maharashtra Navnirmana Sena (MNS) threats against Pakistani artists, Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla on Tuesday said that people, "who have gone out of their senses, should think calmly to deal with problems better."
"We have gone out of our senses. The issues raised are showing we are just trying to fix problems; we are not taking that out from the roots. It may not sound like a sensational answer to you, but it is the only answer. We have to change from within," she told ANI in Mumbai, when quizzed on the same.
Further putting forward an example to it, the actress asked the people to "think calmly, speak calmly" as "there are nicer ways to deal with problems."
"You can do that and work out for yourself whether that can be the remedy," she added.On a related note, a Pakistani media today reported that amidst the threats by MNS, Bollywood`s recent heartthrob Fawad Khan has left India before the release of his upcoming Karan Johar flick `Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.`
The MNS had last week given an ultimatum to the Pakistani artistes to leave India within 48 hours or face consequences in the wake of the Uri terror attack. This order, backed by the Shiv Sena, came after tension between the two Asian neighbours escalated to a new level post the terror attack in which 18 Indian army soldiers were martyred in a dastardly terror attack on an army base camp in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir`s Baramulla district.
The party also warned that it would not allow the release of the upcoming `Ae Dil Hai Mushkil` and Shah Rukh Khan-starrer `Raees` as the movies star Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan respectively.
This threat by the MNS follows that from a blogger, who in a post told Fawad to leave the country.