Navjot Singh Sidhu Banned from Entering Mumbai’s Film City for His Comments on Pulwama Attack

Navjot Singh Sidhu Banned from Entering Mumbai’s Film City for His Comments on Pulwama Attack

The circumstance has turned more regrettable for cricketer turned government official Navjot Singh Sidhu. While he wound up confronting the anger of netizens via web-based networking media over his remarks on Pulwama assaults, he has been sacked from a continuous very appraised demonstrate The Kapil Sharma Show. Being related with the show since years, he was very happy to begin with its new season. Nonetheless, it appears that in the wake of his remarks, the humorist won’t be permitted to shoot in Film City any longer. Or maybe, he has been prohibited from doing likewise.

On the off chance that ongoing reports are to be trusted, FWICE [Federation of Western Indian Cine Employees] has chosen to make strict move against Navjot Singh Sidhu. The FWICE as of late came into news for taking a solid remain against prohibiting Pakistani craftsmen from working in the Indian media outlet after the Pulwama assaults. They likewise restricted Indian movies from being discharged in Pakistan. Pursued by that, they supposedly sent a letter to the administration of Film City Studios to actualize the boycott of Pakistani specialists. We hear that other than that, they have additionally requested that the administration prohibit Navjot Singh Sidhu from shooting for any show.

Perusers would know that Navjot Singh Sidhu started a shock after he expressed that one individual or a whole nation [hinting at Pakistan] shouldn’t be accused for Pulwama assaults. This unquestionably turned out poorly well with the natives who communicated their displeasure regarding the remarks via web-based networking media. Moreover, they proceeded to request that the channel including The Kapil Sharma Show should sack Sidhu from the show.

The channel is relied upon to have yielded to the equivalent and have terminated the humorist. Late theories have it that Archana Puran Singh will supplant the cricketer turned government official and her ongoing posts on Twitter also indicate the equivalent.