Rumours Claim Saif To Take Over Fawad


With the ongoing tension between the states of Pakistan and India, the industry has also been quite heated in the last few weeks for the same issue. Pertaining to the demands of a large section of the people of the nation, the actors from Pakistan have returned to their native land. However, that was not all for some activists and people of the nation, who wanted to throw out all the movies that have Pakistani actors in it and are yet to be released. Karan Johar has now added fuel to the same, with speculations being round about him deleting scenes from one of the upcoming movies, which had Fawad Khan acting on the same.

Karan Johar Expected To Relace Fawad With Saif

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Karan Johar, who had vehemently opposed the ban on the Pakistani actors, which led to a huge protest from various sections of the people of the nation, are now planning to impose the same idea on his upcoming movie. The scenes of the actor, namely Fawad Khan, who had a role in the movie Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is reported to be replaced by Saif Ali Khan. Although, these are just speculations that are going round. The official declaration about the same is yet to be put out in the open. Furthermore, it is also speculated that the well-known director, who is back to direction after many long years might also change the roles of the actresses Aishwarya and Anushka, who were supposed to be from Pakistan, according to the need of the script.

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The well-known and influential party of Maharashtra, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), had also previously threatened a few movies, which includes the likes of Raees and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, to be banned from the state. Although there were claims that as the movie was shot before the ban was imposed, these movies will be allowed to be screened, but to avoid any problem, the director of the movie might give up the actor’s scenes, as speculated.

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