New Delhi: Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn has finally opened up on the much-hyped Pakistani artistes controversy. Recently, the 47-year-old star cleared his stance on whether he will be working with any Pak star or not.
According to a DNA report, originally attributed to CNN-News18, the 'Drishyam' hunk said, "You can't clap with one hand. Talks have been going on. You keep talking to people but then they come kill you. How can you still continue a dialogue? I want to see you getting into a fight with somebody and after he gives you a tight slap on your face, let's have a talk. What will your reaction be instantly to retaliate or talk?"
Ajay further said he is not willing to work with any Pak star at the moment. “How do you expect me, when there's a constant exchange of bullets? Not at the moment,” he added.
With this, Ajay has become the first B-Town biggie to maintain a safe distance from Pakistani artistes.
Stars from across the border are hugely being criticised by sections of Indian population for not condemning Uri Terror attack.
Yesterday, Akshay Kumar also took to the social media to express his opinion about the same. He said it is the time to think about Indian Army and not quarrel over the ban on Pakistani artistes.
Kumar posted: "Today I am not talking as a star or a celebrity, I am taking as a son of an army man. For the past few days, people have been debating and arguing and asking for proof about surgical strikes, few are demanding ban on artistes, while a few fear that there might be a war."
"Arey sharam karo (have shame)...these debates can happen later, first realise that people have already lost their lives at the border. 19 jawans died during the attack and a 24-year-old jawan Nitin Yadav died in Baramulla. Are their families, or the families of our thousands of jawans, worried whether a film will release or not? Whether an artiste will be banned? No. They are worried about their future," he said.
The actor went on to say we are because of our soldiers and India exists because of them.
"And our concern should be to ensure that their present and future is better. I am, because they are, you are, because they are and if they are not there, then India won't exist. Jai Hind," Akki added.
(With agency inputs)