Swooping too much in controversy before its release in theaters, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is striking with hurdles each day. After Uri’s attack and MNS ban to Pakistani artists in Bollywood the movie is facing dramatic cum problematic issues.
Now the latest update coming in the same is that Mukesh Bhatt, President of Film and Television Producers Guide of India and Vijay Singh of Fox Star Studios are currently in mutual talks with the Joint Commissioner of Police in Mumbai to avoid mislead violence activity in multiplexes.
On October 14, the Cinema Owners Exhibitors Association of India (COEAI) decided to stall the release of ‘ADHM’ in single screens across Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, and Gujarat, owing to Pakistani actor Fawad Khan‘s presence in the film. Late on October 17, MNS leader Amey Khopkar issued a statement saying that they will oppose the release of the film in multiplexes too. He said, “We will oppose the screening of the movie everywhere in the state. If any multiplex operator dares to screen the film, they (operators) should remember that multiplexes are decorated with expensive glass sheets.”
Talking about MNS, Mukesh Bhatt said, “We are not here to complain. We are here to say that we are all one and let us not get fragmented. MNS is my brother, his way of thinking may differ from mine, but that’s okay. That happens in every house. So I would only appeal to my brothers in MNS to be with us, let us have peace together, let us not make the terrorists feel that he has won the battle by making us fragmented.”
Meanwhile, the cops have promised protection under the current circumstances. Ashok Dudhe, the DCP of Mumbai Police, stated, “We, Mumbai Police, will provide adequate protection to cinema theaters as and when required.”
Despite this covering more updates, filmmaker of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Karan Johar has finally ended up with his silence to end the controversy about his film date release.