New Delhi : Actor Kangana Ranaut, who advocated the destruction of Pakistan after the Pulwama attack, has suggested Indian films could be stopped from releasing in the neighbouring country in future.
The actor, in the eye of the proverbial storm for her controversial remarks after the February 14 attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama in which 40 soldiers were killed, also indicated that releasing Indian films in Pakistan is not a “significant statement”.
Kangana’s film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi opened in Pakistani theatres on January 25, the same day it released in India.
Asked about the movie’s release in the neighbouring country, the actor told reporters Sunday night, “When a film is distributed, they have the digital copy. (But) You can stop future releases.”
“To get it back from them, we will have to send the army, which we had sent by air. But they didn’t get my DCP back,” she quipped in an apparent reference to Indian Air Force’s air strike on a Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camp in Balakot in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on February 26.