Indian film director Kabir Khan faces protests at airport
KARACHI—Bollywood director Kabir Khan, who was in Karachi to attend a marketing seminar, had to face shoewielding angry protesters at Karachi airport on his departure on Wednesday.
The ‘Phantom’ director, who arrived at Karachi airport to leave for Lahore, was surrounded by protesters who not only shouted anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans but also questioned Kabir Khan on why he did not make similar movies about the Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) activities in Pakistan.
“You people send Jhadav and kill hundreds here, why don’t you make a movie about it,” a protester asked the Phantom director.
Another shoe-wielding protester chased Khan to the departure lounge warning the director about “Indian conspiracies against Pakistan army”. However, Khan did not react and proceeded towards the lounge.