‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ director Kabir Khan, who was in Karachi to attend a conference, was heckled and mobbed by angry protesters at the Karachi airport on Wednesday.
A large group of protesters shouted angry slogans when he arrived at Karachi airport to board a flight for Lahore. While many chanted anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans, few protesters turned on Kabir and questioned him why he never made a film depicting the role played by the Indian intelligence agency RAW in Pakistan.
Words like “Pakistan ke khilaf filmein banate ho, sharam aani chahiye tumhe” (You make Anti-Pakistani films, you should be ashamed of yourself) “ghuss ke marenge” (we will come to your country and attack / hit you) “saare musalman marr diye wahan hindustan mein” (all muslims are getting killed in India)
In the video, we see the director stepping out from the car and heading for the gate when the protesters surround him. One person is seen holding his shoes and chasing him down.
“You people send Jhadav and kill hundreds here. Why don’t you make a movie about it?” a protester asked Kabir.
Check out the video.